Title 51, Chapter 1, Section 11.1
(a) As used in this Code section, the term "product seller" means a
person who, in the course of a business conducted for the purpose
leases or sells and distributes; installs; prepares; blends;
packages; labels; markets; or assembles pursuant to a manufacturer's
plan, intention, design, specifications, or formulation; or repairs;
maintains; or otherwise is involved in placing a product in the
stream of commerce. This definition does not include a manufacturer
which, because of certain activities, may additionally be included
within all or a portion of the definition of a product seller.
(b) For purposes of a product liability action based in whole or in part on the doctrine of strict liability in tort, a product seller is not a manufacturer as provided in Code Section 51-1-11 and is not liable as such.
(c) Nothing contained in this Code section shall be construed to
grant a cause of action in strict liability in tort or any other
legal theory or to affect the right of any person to seek and obtain
indemnity or contribution.
(d) This Code section shall apply to all causes of action accruing
on or after July 1, 1987.