foreseeably


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foreseeably

[fɔːˈsiːəblɪ] ADVprevisiblemente
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The court held that if the promoter had instructed the wrestler to provoke and incite patrons, then the promoter was liable because such provocation would foreseeably result in fights and injuries.
The court found that "[t]his duty of disclosure, in the context of such a heavily regulated industry, gives rise to a public duty to render accurate audits." The company's "customers foreseeably and reasonably relied on [the accounting firm's] performance of that duty in deciding" to buy securities through the company.
Fraudulent conveyance law generally protects present and subsequent creditors from transfers made by a person who is (or foreseeably will become) their debtor.
Also, Scott was within the class of persons who could foreseeably be injured by the defendants' violations of federal safety regulations because he was a business invitee of the defendant.
In jurisdictions that follow the Restatement (Second) of Torts [sections]402A, which imposes strict liability for the sale of "any product in a defective condition unreasonably dangerous to the user or consumer," the test of whether a product is defective when sold is whether it is unreasonably dangerous given the circumstances that will foreseeably attend its use.
Hickingbotham also claimed damages "because the defendants owed a common law duty of care to monitor prudently his consumption of alcohol and their failure to meet that duty directly, foreseeably, and proximately caused his motor vehicle accident." (Hickingbotham v.
Example: A supermarket produce aisle with about 65 feet of open bin space is stacked with leafy vegetables that foreseeably cause water to drip, yet the aisle floor has only three 10-foot mats that do not sufficiently cover this potentially treacherous area.