Hereafter the involved competent person has a legal duty
to make the results available to the surrogate mother.
1 of the Criminal Code which reads: "Every one who undertakes, or has the authority, to direct how another person does work or performs a task is under a legal duty
to take reasonable steps to prevent bodily harm to that person, or any other person, arising from that work or task.
A legal duty
to act for somebody's benefit may arise from 1) statute, ordinance, or other legislative enactment; 2) contract; or 3) the common law.
As we stated in our April 9, 2003, legal opinion, because the Corporation for National and Community Service, at time of grant award, accepts a legal duty
to cover the education benefits of new participants, it incurs, and must record, its maximum potential liability at that time.
Management must realise they have a legal duty
of care for staff and prioritise workloads without any further delay.
This article offers school counselors an overview of their ethical obligations related to school violence and an explanation of their legal duty
to protect students from harm.
The court held that the psychologist did not act with deliberate indifference to the inmate's safety and was under no legal duty
to disclose the inmate's confidential communications regarding a possible risk of harm from other inmates, or to pursue, on the inmate's behalf, protection that would have required disclosure of the inmate's counseling session statements.
A: Board members have a legal duty
to act with care and loyalty to the association.
On April 2, the high court refused to review Children's Health Care is a Legal Duty
The European Union has a legal duty
to keep traffic flowing.
The lawsuit claims the Japanese government has a legal duty
to pay damages to the women in line with an earlier court ruling.
Willfulness for this purpose does not demand an evil motive; all that is necessary is a voluntary, intentional violation of a known legal duty
(Pomponio, 429 US 10 (1975)).