What is difference between Civil liability and no-fault Liability?

A Liability in legal sense is a situation when person(s) or organization (s) is held legally responsible for something. The legal liability may be Civil or Criminal. While the Civil Liability results in the compensation to the victims, the Criminal Liability results in compensation + fine & imprisonment.

A legal liability is either “fault liability” or “no-fault” liability. No-fault liability means that the person may be imposed liability regardless of proving that he was at fault and committed an action that was responsible for damage.

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