English words and Examples of Usage

use "liable" in a sentence

People who are close to Xi are less liable to becoming incriminated.

Not all states hold retailers liable for defective products they sell.

But they won't be legally liable for acts that are taken in good faith.

If you don't follow up with that, are you still liable if something happens?

If they don't, a provision in the contract makes them liable for chargebacks.

Potential donors worry they'll be liable if something goes wrong with the food.

Failing to do so can lead to broken pipes, and homeowners can be liable for repair.

Engadget and AOL are not held liable to honor warranties, exchanges or customer service.

They had no interest in pursuing action in which they were themselves ultimately liable."

Does this mean a Greyhound bus driver becomes liable for marijuana possessed by a passenger?

Since then, a judge has ruled that the company was liable for causing a public nuisance.

South Carolinians remain liable for reporting taxes on internet purchases on their tax returns.

It said the offenders are liable for breach of contract for violating Amazon's terms of service.

Note that you could, though, be liable for taxes on that income in the country where you’re living.

Correction: An earlier version of this article said that a judge had found Kleiner Perkins not liable.

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