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Tag Archives: negligent entrustment

What is Negligent Entrustment?

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Under the law, “entrustment” can occur when a person gives, lends, or sells an item to someone else. Although entrustment contains the word “trust,” a person can be liable for negligent entrustment whether or not (s)he actually trusted the person to whom the item was loaned, given, or sold. Legally, a person can be held liable… Read More »

Vehicle Owners’ Liability for Unlicensed Drivers and Minors’ Accidents

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What is “Negligent Entrustment”?

By Robert Ross |

WHAT IS NEGLIGENT ENTRUSTMENT? “Negligent Entrustment” generally occurs when the owner of a motor vehicle negligently allows an unlicensed or incompetent person to operate the vehicle. Owners of motor vehicles have a duty to operate the vehicle, and to ensure the vehicle is operated, in compliance with applicable laws. This duty is breached when the owner… Read More »

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