Many states that experience snow and ice during their winters do not apply the natural accumulation standard, instead requiring that landowners exercise a standard of reasonable care
in removing accumulations of snow and ice.
duty to exercise reasonable care
that equals the valuation of harm in
The law expects doctors to provide reasonable care
to their patients, even for conditions arguably outside their specialty.
Alex Cotterill was convicted by a jury at Wolverhampton Crown Court of failing in his duty to take reasonable care
for the health and safety of pool users.
Chaloult did not contest that IBC met the second prong of the employer defense_ The issue was whether the company met the first prong and took reasonable care
to avoid the sexual harassment.
An employer's reasonable care
can be demonstrated by prevention and correction.
The property developer, 49, is suing a dating agency to court for 'failing to use reasonable care
and skill' in finding her a mate.
8, 2004, and held, in pertinent part, that when a lawyer sends a document by e-mail, as with any other communication, the lawyer must exercise reasonable care
to ensure that he or she does not inadvertently disclose a client's confidential information.
knowledge and belief of such directors (who have taken all reasonable care
16040 provides that the trustee must administer the trust with reasonable care
, skill and caution under the then-prevailing circumstances that a prudent person acting in a like capacity would use in the conduct of an enterprise of like character and with like aims to accomplish the purposes of the trust as determined from the trust instrument.
HOTEL PROTECTION MANAGEMENT: THE INNKEEPER'S GUIDE TO GUEST PROTECTION & REASONABLE CARE
The Court stated "In Alberta, the Act (Occupiers' Liability Act) does not make an occupier an insurer, but shifts the evidentiary burden to the occupier to show it exercised the degree of reasonable care
called by the foreseeable risk sufficient to keep a visitor reasonably sale.