- 1 Post By bhaisahab
"Liability for the organization and execution of the event falls on/to X."
"To" sounds better to me, but I believe both prepositions are used. Is there a slight difference in meaning?
Re: Fall on/to
IMO, "falls on" suggests something more onerous than does "falls to".
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