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    Jimmy-T
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    One of the most-seen weasel words in strata is “reasonable”. And it’s an often-visited grey area because it isn’t defined and can’t be. Even section 2
    [See the full post at: Forum: How can you define ‘reasonable’?]

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    Jimmy-T
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    Strata Law expert Cathy Sherry has written the following on Twitter:

    It’s not specific to strata law; it’s all through all law. While you can write hard rules that will work 90% of the time, 10% of the time they’ll produce injustice. Reasonable is judged by broader community standards. Having to make judgements is 100% unavoidable in law.

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