Care of the reasonably prudent person

Care of the reasonably prudent person – this term refers to the kind of care by persons on their assets which care won’t affect negatively the assets but will keep these in good condition to achieve for its owner an income from these. It is a type of care given where it is their duty, or where every other normal person should give the same type of care. The failure to provide such care usually leads to negligence, which is punished by the Law. Negligence is the act or the fail to act where there is injury or harm to others. It is not intentional wrongdoing, but is also a legal base for claiming liability.

Posted in: C