Canada inherited the reasonable person
standard from England in Vaughn v.
It is doubtful that she would be able to establish that the recording and public disclosure of her telephone conversation was highly offensive to a reasonable person
or that it did not constitute a matter of public concern or interest.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell said:These improvements will strengthen the Scotland Bill and put beyond any reasonable doubt for any reasonable person
that the Government is delivering the Smith Agreement exactly as we promised we would.
The reasonable person
will have all the attributes, skills, knowledge and training of the defendant, so that they can be compared fairly.
The Reasonable Person
and the Reasonably Prudent Person
1) of the Labour Law which reads: "The employee shall personally carry out the work in accordance with the instructions and supervision of the employer and to the extent specified in the contract and according to the law and work regulations and exercise in the performance thereof such care as would be exercised by a reasonable person
Every reasonable person
would agree that carriers do not cover the direct results of criminal activity.
The inconvenience of the reasonable person
standard in criminal law
As part of these requirements, the objective reasonable person
test is often used in cases of this nature.
ANY reasonable person
must have felt ashamed at the antics of the newly-elected members of the EU Parliament.
If past decisions had been communicated accurately from the outset then my integrity as a fair and reasonable person
might never have been held to question.
How on earth can any reasonable person
be so against a person of any sex committing to another through marriage?