A marketing defect is a defect in the way that a product is marketed. A marketing defect occurs when a product has inadequate warnings or instructions regarding its proper use. The manufacturer of a product has a duty to warn its users of dangers that are not obvious. Marketing defects usually occur with products that are safe when they are used for their intended use, but have known dangers when they are used in unintended ways. Without proper warnings, these products may be extremely dangerous. An example of a marketing defect is a medical device without proper instructions for its use.
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