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Synonyms for entrust

Synonyms for entrust

to put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance

to place a trust upon


Synonyms for entrust

put into the care or protection of someone

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Integrating a solid fleet safety program with driver review and selection into daily operations will minimize negligent entrustment liability, increase employee awareness regarding safe driving habits, reduce accidents, and reduce insurance cost.
Renting to someone who the lender knows does not have a valid license does not constitute negligent entrustment unless the lender also has knowledge that the driver is incompetent behind the wheel.
Negligent entrustment implies you knew, or should have known, that you put an unsafe driver behind the wheel of your company vehicle," says Martin Schofield, vice president of product safety/liability for Hilti Inc.
There is a broad range of entrustment relationships, of which fiduciary relationships are an important but extreme instance.
64) Furthermore, the Court noted that even its decisions upholding the forfeiture of an innocent owner's property, under either the guilty property or entrustment theories, "rest, at bottom, on the notion that the owner has been negligent in allowing his property to be misused and that he is properly punished for that negligence.
In 2002, he proclaimed the Act of Entrustment of the world to Divine Mercy, and three years later died on a first Saturday and on the vigil of Divine Mercy Sunday.
Contract award notice: Entrustment of the school meals service for three school years 2017-2018, 2018-2019 and 2019-2020.
They propose to prove "negligent entrustment," which allows lawsuits if someone sells a firearm "for use by another person when the seller knows, or reasonably should know, the person to whom the product is supplied is likely to, and does, use the product in a manner involving unreasonable risk of physical injury to the person or others.
The customary policy language of an aircraft exclusion usually states that "bodily injury or property damage arising out of the ownership, maintenance, use or entrustment to others of an aircraft, auto or watercraft owned or operated or rented to any insured" is excluded.
Jersey can negotiate international agreements within the parameters of Letters of Entrustment provided by the UK Government, and enter into such agreements in its own name, albeit that the UK remains ultimately responsible in international law for such agreements.
He said he always considered every single penny of this donation as a sacred entrustment for patients.
The division of an animal's offspring over the years can vary, depending on local convention and on who requested a loan or entrustment in the first place (Shipton 2007: 91-8).
The Representative of the Exchange Companies also informed the Finance Minister that volume of Gold import had increased under the new entrustment policy issued by the Ministry of Commerce.
It points out that SGEI must be defined in an act of entrustment issued by a competent public authority; it fine-tunes its method for evaluating the types of costs to be taken into account in calculating compensations; and above all it introduces a limit for this exemption from entrustments for SGEI of less than ten years, except for hospitals or social public services that can receive large subsidies provided their activity is limited to these sectors that generally entail little risk of distortion of competition.