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RECENT RELEASES - DISTRICT COURTS OF APPEAL - August 22, 2016

Torts -- Product liability -- Strict liability -- Action by plaintiff, who was injured when seat in which he was sitting in movie theater broke, against contractor that bought seating for theater and installed it and broker that sold the seating system to contractor -- Seating system was not a product for purposes of product liability, but was a permanent improvement to real property -- Strict liability principles do not apply to permanent improvements to real property -- Trial court properly entered summary judgment for defendants on strict liability counts
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