Doubt is uncertainty of mind; the absence of a settled opinion or conviction; theattitude of mind towards the acceptance of or belief in a proposition, theory, orstatement, in which the judgment is not at rest but inclines alternately to either side. It is that state of the case which, after the entire comparison and consideration…

Due Diligence

An action a person can take which is considered reasonable in a particular circumstance in 0rder to keep themselves or others safe. For example, a doctor or surgeon ensuring that they are performing their duties to their maximum ability, or a landowner removing any hazards which could be harmful to others.

Duty of Care

An individual may owe a Duty of Care to another, to ensure that they do not suffer any unreasonable harm or loss. A breach of duty of care can lead to legal action by the victim or shareholders for any losses they incur.