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" Is that a person guilty of negligence should be held responsible for all the consequences which a prudent and experienced man, fully acquainted with all the circumstances which In fact existed, whether they could have been ascertained by reasonable diligence... "
The Northeastern Reporter - Page 20
1903
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Reports of Cases at Law and in Chancery Argued and Determined in ..., Volume 236

Illinois. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1909
...being too remote to be considered the proximate result of this violation of the law, and contends that a prudent and experienced man, fully acquainted with all the circumstances which existed at the time the train was left upon the street, would not have thought it reasonable that the...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 140

Law reports, digests, etc - 1914
...question appears to us to be that a person guilty of negligence should be held responsible for all the consequences which a prudent and experienced man,...not), would, at the time of the negligent act, have been thought reasonably possible to follow, if they had occurred to his mind." The same authors, in...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 116

Law reports, digests, etc - 1911
...which a prudent and experienced man, fully acquainted with ail the circumstances, which la fact exist whether they could have been ascertained by reasonable diligence or not, would have thought at the time of the negligent act as reasonably possible to follow, if they had been suggested...
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The South Western Reporter, Volume 58

Law reports, digests, etc - 1900
...question appears to us to be that a person guilty of negligence should be held responsible for all the consequences which a prudent and experienced man,...possible to follow, if they had occurred to his mind." The speclr charge under consideration, while It substantially follows too rule announced by our supreme...
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Harvard Law Review, Volume 25

Electronic journals - 1912
...answers or arguments are urged against the view of Messrs. Bohlen and Beven? and experienced person, fully acquainted with all the circumstances which...possible to follow, if they had occurred to his mind." This rule, even if nominally retaining the test of foreseeability, substitutes for the average man,...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 77

Law reports, digests, etc - 1904
...and delivering telegraphic messages, fully acquainted with all the existing facts and circumstances, would, at the time of the negligent act, have thought...possible to follow if they had occurred to his mind. Shear. & Itedf. Neg. § 28. When such consequences are shown, the "natural and continuous sequence,"...
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The Southern Reporter, Volume 91

Law reports, digests, etc - 1922
...same topic and KEY-NUMBER In all Key-Numbered Digests and Indexée und experienced man, sufficiently acquainted with all the circumstances which, in fact, existed, whether they could have been known by reasonable diligence or not, would, at the time of the negligent act, have thought -reasonably...
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A Treatise on the Law of Negligence, Volume 2

Thomas Gaskell Shearman, Amasa Angell Redfield - Negligence - 1888
...aside because there was no proof of actual pecuniary loss to the amount recovered. as being such as a prudent and experienced man, fully acquainted with...thought reasonably possible to follow, if they had been suggested to his mind. Special damage cannot be recovered unless pleaded, as in other cases.1...
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A Treatise on the Law of Negligence, Volume 1

Thomas Gaskell Shearman, Amasa Angell Redfield - Negligence - 1888
...question appears to us to be that a person guilty of negligence should be held responsible for all the consequences which a prudent and experienced man,...ascertained by reasonable diligence or not, would have thought at the time of the negligent act, reasonably possible to follow, if they had been suggested...
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The American and English Encyclopedia of Law, Volume 16

John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland - Law - 1891
...damages as were proximately caused by his default, the extent of which is defined "as being such as a prudent and experienced man, fully acquainted with...thought reasonably possible to follow, if they had been suggested to his mind." In Phillips v. Dickerson, 85 111. n; sc, 28 Am. Rep. 607, 609, the court...
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