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due care

1. The kind of care that a competent, responsible, and interested provider will give to an individual in need.
2. Care that meets generally accepted community standards.
See also: care
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More specifically, condition (c) is interpreted as applying to a high-cost-of-care child whose due care level is zero, but not to a low-cost-of-care child whose due care level may be positive.
Other important aspects of due care are planning and adequate supervision.
AMONG the cases dealt with at Langbaurgh East Magistrates' Court on October 5 was: Cornell Brown, 30, of Ayton Court, Guisborough, banned from driving for 12 months, given a one-year community order and ordered to pay pounds 50 costs for failing to report an accident, driving without due care and attention, driving without an appropriate licence and using a vehicle without insurance.
I would add that both my husband and myself cycle but with due care and attention, and with appropriate clothing in place.
The Labour deputy leader pleaded guilty to driving her Rover 75 without due care and attention after she bumped a parked car in south east London last July.
Ms Harman is facing charges of driving without due care and attention and driving while using a hand-held mobile telephone, the CPS said.
540 billion to its associated concern MDCL without due care and caution and also without taking required approval of the Board of Directors of CSIBL.
Jack Morris, 20, of Greys Court, Ingleby Barwick, fined PS300 with PS115 costs for driving without due care and attention.
She later pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention and failing to stop at a red light.
Michael Jeffrey Takata, 36, of Red House Place, Ely, Cardiff, admitted driving without due care and attention.
driving without due care in Northampton appeared before Corby magistrates last Friday PC Samantha Bell pleaded guilty to driving without due care in Northampton town centre when she appeared before Corby magistrates last Friday and was ned PS147, with PS20 victim surcharge, PS85 costs and three points on her licence.
Bell appeared in court charged with driving without due care and attention in the school gates crash.