due care

NOUN
  1. the care that a reasonable man would exercise under the circumstances; the standard for determining legal duty
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How To Use due care In A Sentence

  • He was convicted of driving without due care and attention in September 2002 and fined £400.
  • He was cleared of driving without due care or attention.
  • He was jailed for five years for causing death by driving without due care and attention, perverting the course of justice and driving while disqualified.
  • The judge said that the fine would serve as a warning to other motorists who drove without due care.
  • A summons of driving without due care and consideration was taken into account.
  • I have to wonder whether my critics have truly read it with due care and attention.
  • He also appears to be driving without due care and attention and a passenger is not wearing a seat belt. The Sun
  • A bailment requires the producer to exercise due care toward the goods held.
  • In part what was due care and diligence would depend on the obligations of the person being considered. Times, Sunday Times
  • A Pennine Division officer was found guilty at court of driving without due care and attention, failing to stop and failing to report a road traffic accident.
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