reckless disregard
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S: IATE (C.T.T.J., Université de Moncton,1986; Common Law,Torts; Fleming, J. G., The Law of Torts, 5e éd., Sydney, The Law Book Company, 1977, p. 461); http://thelawdictionary.org/reckless-disregard/ (last access: 23 August 2015); http://definitions.uslegal.com/c/conduct-in-reckless-disregard/ (last access: 23 August 2015).

N: 1. reckless disregard: In relation to behaviour, lack of heed or regard for the results; especially, foolishly ignoring danger, rash, heedlessly neglectful or inattentive to consequences. This involves a realization of danger and a willingness to undertake the risk.
2. hazardous negligence: Careless or reckless conduct that exposes someone to extreme danger of injury or to imminent peril.
3. What is NEGLIGENCE HAZARDOUS? The term that is given to the reckless behaviour that threatens a person or exposes a person to harm.

S: 1. GDT – http://www.granddictionnaire.com/ficheOqlf.aspx?Id_Fiche=8414797 (last access: 23 August 2015). 2. TERMIUMPLUS – http://www.btb.termiumplus.gc.ca/tpv2alpha/alpha-eng.html?lang=eng&i=1&index=alt&srchtxt=HAZARDOUS%20NEGLIGENCE (last access: 22 August 2015). 3. http://thelawdictionary.org/negligence-hazardous/ (last access: 2 September 2014).

SYN: 1. hazardous negligence. 2. criminal negligence.

S: 1. TERMIUMPLUS – http://www.btb.termiumplus.gc.ca/tpv2alpha/alpha-eng.html?lang=eng&i=1&index=alt&srchtxt=HAZARDOUS%20NEGLIGENCE (last access: 22 August 2015); NAVARRO p. 444. 2. http://kirkomrik.wordpress.com/2012/03/01/the-criminal-negligence-of-kings-and-potentates/ (last access: 22 April 2013).