Exclusive Control

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What does exclusive control mean?

exclusive control – When someone has total control over whatever caused a problem or accident to occur, then actual cause may be presumed under res ipsa loquitur, if the other elements of res ipsa loquitur (no voluntary plaintiff contribution and the kind of accident would not happen absent negligence) are met.

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