reasonable reliance

Definition of "reasonable reliance"
  1. A standard applied when a cautious individual believes in something, disallowing certain types of legal claims if the belief is deemed imprudent
How to use "reasonable reliance" in a sentence
  1. Due to lack of reasonable reliance, David was unable to file a lawsuit for his unwise investment.
  2. The court determined that Paul's belief in the business deal did not constitute reasonable reliance.
  3. Despite her assurances, their agreement lacked the evidence of reasonable reliance required for a successful legal claim.

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