reasonable care

(law) (a) The degree of care that a person of ordinary prudence and intelligence would exercise in the same or similar circumstances. In certain situations and jurisdictions, failure to exercise reasonable care is considered legal negligence. (b) A standard for determining legal duty.
(U.S. Customs) A key component of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Informed Compliance program that states that the importer of goods to the U.S. is expected to exercise reasonable care in his or her importing operations.

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