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Anyone can sue anyone else for just about any reason... the better the reason or basis for a suit, the better chances of winning... lawyers sometimes use BLS reasoning when evaluating a case... that means Before Law School law... or as it may otherwise be known "the smell test." The above scenario can be summed up as someone buys guard dog - an animal trained to bite - with intent that dog bites intruders - an animal with a propensity to attack - and then gets bit by said dog. This would probably not pass the smell test for what makes a great case.
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I think it would be best to not even try to sue. There is not really a lawsuit here. You purchased the dog and took it home. That made you the owner of the dog. You are liable for what he does.
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