“Product liability civil action” defined
As used in ORS 30.900 (“Product liability civil action” defined) to 30.920 (When seller or lessor of product liable), “product liability civil action” means a civil action brought against a manufacturer, distributor, seller or lessor of a product for damages for personal injury, death or property damage arising out of:
(1) Any design, inspection, testing, manufacturing or other defect in a product;
(2) Any failure to warn regarding a product; or
(3) Any failure to properly instruct in the use of a product. [1977 c.843 §1]
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