NEW YORK, June 24 (Reuters) - Chrysler Financial on Friday said it will stop leasing vehicles in Rhode Island on Aug. 1, following a similar move in New York last year, if the state fails by June 30 to renew a two-year-old law limiting the company's potential liability from accidents. The subsidiary of German-American automaker DaimlerChrysler AG said failure to renew current "vicarious liability" laws would leave a vehicle "owner" responsible for injuries and property damage caused by the ...
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