directors have been negligent in the performance of their duties
characterized by neglect and undue lack of concern; "negligent parents"; "negligent of detail"; "negligent in his correspondence"
(negligence) failure to act with the prudence that a reasonable person would exercise under the same circumstances
(negligence) the trait of neglecting responsibilities and lacking concern
Negligence (Lat. negligentia, from neglegere, to neglect, literally "not to pick up something") is a legal concept in the common law legal systems mostly applied in tort cases to achieve monetary compensation (damages) for physical and mental injuries (not accidents).
(Negligence (band)) Negligence is a Slovenian thrash metal band, formed in 2000. The group is currently signed to Metal Blade Records and has released one album in 2007 called Options of a Trapped Mind.
(Negligence (criminal)) In the criminal law, criminal negligence is one of the three general classes of mens rea (Latin for "guilty mind") element required to constitute a conventional as opposed to strict liability offense. ...
Careless, without appropriate or sufficient attention; Culpable due to negligence
(negligence) The state of being negligent; (singular only) The tort whereby a duty of reasonable care was breached, causing damage: any conduct short of intentional or reckless action that falls below the legal standard for preventing unreasonable injury; (uncountable) The breach of a duty of ...
(Negligence) Not only are people responsible for the intentional harm they cause, but their failure to act as a reasonable person would be expected to act in similar circumstances (i.e. "negligence") will also give rise to compensation. ...
(Negligence) The failure to use the degree of care that is required by law to protect others from harm.
(Negligence) the omission of or failure to use reasonable precaution, care or action
(NEGLIGENCE) failure to act within the legally required degree of care for others, resulting in harm to them.
(negligence) conduct which falls below the standard established by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risk of harm
(Negligence) The failure to do something which a reasonable person would do, or doing something which a prudent and reasonable person would not do.
(Negligence) A failure to exercise reasonable care under the circumstances. Negligent conduct is not intentional conduct but is carelessness, inadvertence, thoughtlessness, inattention, and the like.
(Negligence) Failure to use a generally acceptable level of care and caution.
(Negligence) The absence of ordinary care.
(Negligence) An action in tort law, the elements of which are; the existence of a duty of care; breach of that duty of care; and material damage as a consequence of the breach of duty.
(negligence) When someone fails to be as careful as the law requires to protect the rights and property of others.
(NEGLIGENCE) The failure to exercise reasonable care.
(Negligence) Failure to give the standard of care to a person which would normally be expected.
(Negligence) failing to act in what the law considers to be a reasonable manner.
(Negligence) In general terms, negligence is a failure to act in a reasonably safe and cautious manner with regard to injury; and this may be the result of an overt act or a failure to act. ...
(Negligence) Failure to use reasonable care that would be expected of any other person in a similar situation.
(18. Negligence) Of official officers representing the company (The Buyer) to maintain contract details & advise immediately of financial actions or abilities which affect the capacity of the buyer to meet all obligations, renders personal charges for negligence against all officers. ...