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Chapter 43: Liquor Liability
Author's Note: This chapter addresses the case law concerning the first-party and third-party liability of those who furnish, sell or allow alcohol beverages to be consumed on their premises, i.e., traditional dram shop cases, social host liability, and the liability of alcohol manufacturers. It does not address liability of sellers of alcohol for criminal acts of patrons occurring on the premises. The latter subject is addressed in 62.5.
§43.1 Claims Against Seller of Alcohol to Minors – Third Person Injured §43.2 Claim by Adult Alcohol Consumer Against Seller of Alcohol §43.3 Claim by Third Person Against Social Host Where Alcohol was Available to Minors §43.4 First Party Claim Against Bar for Furnishing (Not Selling) Alcohol to Minor §43.5 Provision of Alcohol (Non-Sale) to Minor Who is Later Injured in Motor Vehicle Wreck