due care


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Synonyms for due care

the care that a reasonable man would exercise under the circumstances

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Meryn Gross, 16, of Du Quoin cited for duty of due care -- Speeding.
Ian Dominic Hassall, 47, of Clover Court, Elm Tree, Stockton, fined PS400 with PS125 costs for driving without due care and attention.
Yesterday the second charge of causing her death by driving without due care and attention was added and he pleaded guilty to that count.
Although the title of Article V does not contain the qualifying word--professional--the code often refers to professional standards, activities, and responsibility; however, this term has been removed from the clarified auditing standards when it references and defines the responsibilities of the auditor to exercise due care.
Prosecutors said Kono failed to take due care in driving the bus and felt drowsy about 20 minutes before the accident occurred.
Pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention, failing to stop after an accident and failing to report an accident on Victoria Road West, in Hebburn, on January 1.
A MAN who hit a pedestrian with his car has appeared in court accused of driving without due care.
If Bolt is found culpable, he could be charged for careless driving and failure to drive with due care and attention," said Radcliffe Lewis, senior superintendent in charge of the police traffic division.
Summary: Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman has admitted driving without due care and attention.
Labour's deputy leader has also been accused of driving without due care.
Duguid, who was originally charged with causing death by dangerous driving, admitted a reduced charge of driving without due care and attention.
Mr Jones, from Doncaster, South Yorkshire, now faces court action for driving without due care and attention after his BMW nearly plunged down a 100ft cliff on Sunday.
A police constable who admitted driving without due care and attention in an accident which killed a pedestrian should receive "words of advice", the police watchdog said.
In the absence of other applicable standards, the public and legal community may look to these standards to evaluate one's compliance with, and exercise of, due care.
Fiduciaries are required to perform professional or other services with all of the expertise, loyalty and due care that they possess.