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foreseeable

adjective anticipatable, anticipated, contemplated, counted upon, expected, foreknowable, foreseen, foretellable, known in advance, looked for, perceived, planned, praesciens, predictable, probable, reasonably anticipated, to be expected, vaticinal
Associated concepts: duty to anticipate, forseeability in connidering proximate cause, forseeable dangers, forseeable injury, forseeable risk, last clear chance
Foreign phrases: Nemo tenetur divinare.No man is bound to foretell, or to have foreknowledge of, a future event. Rerum progressus ostendunt multa, quae in initio praeeaveri seu praevide ri non possunt. In the course of events, many problems arise which at the beginning could not be guarded against or foreseen.
See also: forthcoming, future, probable
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This court of appeals' decision has reinforced the bright-line separation of contract and tort law by further expanding the types of damages that are deemed foreseeable. Particularly, when a party incorporates broad liability or obligations for damages resulting from acts, omissions or contract breach, property damages will be foreseeable, and thus, tort claims will be barred from them under the economic-loss doctrine.
But the rule is subject to two exceptions: if there is a special relationship between the plaintiff and the school and the harm to the plaintiff is foreseeable or if the school's own conduct creates a foreseeable risk of injury to a foreseeable plaintiff.
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To find a legal duty to support a negligence claim, (I) The plaintiff must be a foreseeable plaintiff and the probability of harm must be foreseeable.