statutory liability

Definition

A responsibility imposed on an individual or business by a law. For example, the directors of a corporation assume certain statutory liabilities (legal obligations) when they join the board. A statutory liability is different from a contractual liability, which is a responsibility imposed on an individual or business by a contract.

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