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reasonably prudent person


Definitions of reasonably prudent person

  • an imaginary person used as a standard to decide if a person was negligent (=failed to act with care)

    "The common formulation of a director's duty of care uses a "reasonably prudent man" standard similar to the one used in determining negligence."

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