Legal terms: reasonable doubt

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22 August 2012 Continuing her series of articles explaining legal terms, Vivien King asks how reasonable is ‘reasonable’? The words ‘reasonable’ and ‘unreasonable’ appear frequently in the property context, e.g. in leases (“such consent not to be unreasonably withheld” in alienation clauses or costs “reasonably and...

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