Wrongful death — Automobile accident — Collision with bicycle — Vicarious liability — Dangerous instrumentalities — Exceptions — Beneficial ownership — Father was not vicariously liable for injuries caused by son’s operation of vehicle where clear and unequivocal evidence established that father transferred his beneficial ownership in vehicle to son prior to accident and merely held “naked legal title” under a faulty incomplete transfer — 2009 amendment to section 319.22 did not abrogate common law and do away with beneficial ownership exception to dangerous instrumentality doctrine
44 Fla. L. Weekly D2085a
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