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Posted by Dee on Friday, November 13, 2009 at 1:41am.

Jean owns five acres of land in an area of single-family homes on mostly one-acre plots. Jean's property contains her house and three outbuildings. Among the animals housed in the outbuildings are Kennel, a dog and Louis, a tiger. Mary, a neighbor, is jogging past Jean's property. Under what circumstances is Jean strictly liable if Kennel bites Mary? Under what circumstances is Jean strictly liable if Louis bites Mary.

If she does not have signs posted about the animals and if the incident occurs off her property. If she does not have proper licenses and cages etc for the tiger then she is responsible and also if the tiger leaves property.

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