Are pit bulls “inherently dangerous”?May 04 2012
A ruling this week in Maryland’s highest court puts certain dog owners and landlords on a tighter leash.
The Maryland Court of Appeals ruled in a case involving a pit bull attack that it is no longer necessary for those attacked by a pit bull or a pit bull mix to prove that the dog is violent—the owner or landlord “is strictly liable for the damages caused” by nature of the breed.
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