constructive knowledge

Definition of "constructive knowledge"
  1. The assumption that a person should have been aware of a particular fact or circumstance due to their responsible behavior or level of attention
How to use "constructive knowledge" in a sentence
  1. Despite not being informed directly, the property owner was charged with constructive knowledge of the neglect situation, as ordinary diligence would have uncovered the issues.
  2. The insurance company claimed that the policyholder had constructive knowledge of the term's changes, arguing that a cautious individual should have read the updated policy thoroughly.
  3. Due to the highly visible parking restrictions in the area, the court ruled that the driver had constructive knowledge of the no-parking rule, even if they had not seen the signs directly.

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