negligence noun [ U ] LAW uk / ˈneɡlɪdʒəns / us failure to give enough care or attention to someone or something that you are responsible for: alleged/criminal/professional negligence She is claiming damages for alleged negligence in the handling of a commercial transaction.
Definition of Negligence Noun Conduct that falls beneath the standard of behavior either generally expected in society, or established by law. The failure to exercise a degree of care or caution necessary to protect others from harm. Origin 1300-1350 Middle English necligence Elements of Negligence
Our legal system defines negligence as “the failure to exercise the care toward others which a reasonable or prudent person would do in the same or similar circumstances.” This legal definition may seem not too different from the everyday definition at first.
negligence, in law, the failure to meet a standard of behaviour established to protect society against unreasonable risk. Negligence is the cornerstone of tort liability and a key factor in most personal injury and property-damage trials. Roman law used a similar principle, distinguishing intentional damage (dolus) from unintentional damage (culpa) and determining liability by a behavioral.
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