Harmful Acts (Feasance)

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What does harmful acts (feasance) mean?

harmful acts (feasance) – Whenever you volitionally do something that could foreseeably harm someone or something, you have a duty of care to act reasonably. Generally, you owe that duty to anyone, even unforeseeable plaintiffs. Nonfeasance is when you fail to do something you ought to do to protect someone who could suffer foreseeable harm.

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