15-2-12.2 Product liability actions--Prospective application.
Product liability actions--Prospective application.
An action against a
manufacturer, lessor, or seller of a product, regardless of the substantive legal theory upon which the
action is brought, for or on account of personal injury, death, or property damage caused by or
resulting from the manufacture, construction, design, formula, installation, inspection, preparation,
assembly, testing, packaging, labeling, or sale of any product or failure to warn or protect against a
danger or hazard in the use, misuse, or unintended use of any product, or the failure to provide proper
instructions for the use of any product may be commenced only within three years of the date when
the personal injury, death, or property damage occurred, became known or should have become
known to the injured party.
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This section is prospective in application.
Source: SL 1985, ch 157, § 1.
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