Definition of negligence in English:
1Failure to take proper care over something: his injury was due to the negligence of his employers
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- Any casualty due to their negligence must be put up for a PIL and proper compensation demanded.
- We cannot just say it was not negligence without a proper investigation.
- Death due to negligence occurred in one per cent of this group.
carelessness, lack of care, lack of proper care and attention, dereliction of duty, non-performance of duty, non-fulfilment of duty, remissness, neglectfulness, neglect, laxity, laxness, irresponsibility, inattention, inattentiveness, heedlessness, thoughtlessness, unmindfulness, forgetfulness;
Scottish Law culpa;
Maritime Law barratry
1.1 Law Breach of a duty of care which results in damage.
- The primary focus of those claims is in breach of duty and negligence, but I cannot agree that the defendant had a duty of care towards the claimant.
- The pleading against the solicitor is in the alternative, in negligence for breach of duty of care and in equity for breach of fiduciary duty.
- The action arises out of a claim by the Plaintiffs against their former solicitors for negligence and breach of fiduciary duty.
Words that rhyme with negligencediligence • intransigence
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