reasonable care

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Synonyms for reasonable care

the care that a reasonable man would exercise under the circumstances

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The law also states that every contract to supply a service, such as getting a haircut, or having home improvements carried out must be performed with reasonable care and skill.
Committee chairman Adrian Bailey said: "The risk of creating a right that services must be performed with reasonable care and skill is that traders see it as the standard to meet rather than a minimum requirement.
Meanwhile, parents of bullied children do have tools to help stop the bullying or - in the aftermath of tragedy- to seek justice against parents or guardians who fail to "exercise reasonable care, supervision, protection and control" over their own children.
24) Even Connecticut and now Massachusetts, both reasonable care standard states, maintain some leniency for landowners depending upon the parties' notice of hazardous conditions, the landowner's control over the property, and weather related factors.
The maintenance of a mileage log is important for practitioners because it helps demonstrate that reasonable care has been taken and, in the event of an HMRC investigation, will limit the scope and number of years a tax inspector can seek to include in arriving at a financial settlement.
Groh's parents, acting as her representatives, filed suit against the Westin and others, alleging that the Westin and its employees owed a duty to use reasonable care when evicting Ms.
He said that the accused was under a legal obligation to take reasonable care and skill in administering treatment to Morris.
Reasonable care on the part of a [physician] [health care provider] in obtaining the [consent] [informed consent] to treatment of a patient consists of
The deliberately careless will remain so, but the vast majority of businesses either do, or believe they do, take reasonable care.
to exercise reasonable care, the breach of which establishes the second
He appeared at Selby Magistrates' Court and pleaded guilty to a breach of the Health and Safety at Work Act by failing to take reasonable care of those affected by his work activities.
The notion of "reasonable care" is esoteric by itself, and an exploration of the varied fact patterns under which different jurisdictions have found a broker has breached the duty of reasonable care would involve far more than this column permits.
Miss T Finch A There's a law that was passed over 50 years ago (the Occupiers Liability Act 1957) which states that the owners of the shopping centre must take reasonable care to ensure that visitors are reasonably safe in using the premises.
Also, if we drive down the road at 10, 15 or 20mph holding up traffic, we would be liable for prosecution for driving without reasonable care for other road users, so what is the difference for taxis?
Summary: A head teacher has been found guilty of failing to take reasonable care for the safety of his students after a pupil fell from a roof.