The "reasonable person" is that nonexistent, asexual being who does every act with ordinary care
Within the last year, customers of one of the country's largest banks received a certified letter informing them that the bank's definition of ordinary care
included the use of positive pay on all checking accounts.
Henderson's parents sued the school district, claiming that it was liable for their son's injuries because it failed to use ordinary care
in controlling students and maintaining a safe environment for them.
In order to be a proximate cause, the act or omission complained of must be such that a physician using ordinary care
would have foreseen that the event, or some similar event, might reasonably result therefrom.
an extreme departure from a standard of ordinary care
The plaintiffs allege carelessness by Magee and the district, saying they ``failed to exercise ordinary care
and take proper precautions .
Doubt as to liability is indicated when there is reasonable doubt as to whether an action is required in view of conflicting rulings, decisions, or ambiguities in the law, and the taxpayer has exercised ordinary care
and prudence in attempting to comply with the revenue laws of this state.
51(j) defines both reckless conduct and gross incompetence; reckless conduct is defined as "a highly unreasonable omission or misrepresentation involving an extreme departure from the standards of ordinary care
that a practitioner should observe under the circumstances.
The requirement for the depository agreement, though, is that the agreement "cannot disclaim the responsibility of a bank for its lack of good faith or failure to exercise ordinary care
The suit further alleges that the wrongful conduct was not due to an honest error in judgment, but rather to Defendant's gross mismanagement, bad faith and/or reckless disregard of the rights and interests of the corporation, its shareholders, and for acting without the reasonable and ordinary care
which they owed the corporation.
Contract notice: Provision in place of residence of the customer from the city wejherowa ordinary care
and specialty care services, including for people with autism.
In rejecting the distinction between ordinary and extraordinary care, the court dismissed the prosecutor's contention that unlike the respirator, fluids and nutrition represented ordinary care
and therefore should never be withheld.