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Was anyone injured as a result of the fire?
No one directly burn, however, This drinking places by the fire caused us terrible aftermath of the spirit,Damages in the kitchen amount to $ 350,000
Where did the fire take place?
Which law book that I can find on Consumer Protection Law, Please tell me.
I do not understand what you mean
But there are many shop selling this products in California
because China laws are:Water heater is a dangerous product, so who who is responsible for the production.
Water heater Company not only responsible for making money, rather than take risks.
I think the Chinese law makes sense
1) I am U. S. citizen
2) GB 17905 -2004 In China ( safety management regulation of gas- burning appliances for domestic use ) The legal documents are required
3) Can I do in Pennsylvania Litigation?
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