Reasonable definition

Reasonable and/orReasonableness” shall mean in the administrator’s discretion, services or supplies, or fees for services or supplies which are necessary for the care and treatment of illness or injury not caused by the treating Provider. Determination that fee(s) or services are reasonable will be made by the Plan Administrator, taking into consideration unusual circumstances or complications requiring additional time, skill and experience in connection with a particular service or supply; industry standards and practices as they relate to similar scenarios; and the cause of injury or illness necessitating the service(s) and/or charge(s).
Reasonable means those costs that do not exceed those that would ordinarily be incurred by a prudent person in the conduct of normal business.
Reasonable in these circumstances means ‘using no more force than is needed’. The use of force may involve either passive physical contact, such as standing between pupils or blocking a pupil’s path, or active physical contact such as leading a pupil by the arm out of the classroom. Departmental advice for schools is available here

Examples of Reasonable in a sentence

  • Disclosures to the general public that are required to be made by fed- eral, State, or local law.(2) Examples—(i) Reasonable belief.

  • Identify the financial products or services that the consumer obtains from you, either singly or jointly, to which the opt out direction would apply.(ii) Reasonable opt out means.

  • Reasonable medical judgment” has the same meaning as set forth in §16-2M-2 of this code.(b) Prohibition.

  • Reasonable assurance is a high level of assurance, but is not a guarantee that an audit conducted in accordance with SAs will always detect a material misstatement when it exists.

  • Reasonable compensation for transfer of T & P from site to contractor’s permanent stores or to his other works, whichever is less.

More Definitions of Reasonable

Reasonable means a standard for what is fair and appropriate under usual and ordinary circumstances.
Reasonable shall ordinarily mean normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., local time, Monday through Friday.
Reasonable means ordinary and usual thinking, speaking, or acting, which is fit and appropriate to the end in view.
Reasonable means that an attorney’s fees are consistent with the fee agreement and are to be satisfied from available funds, subject to the element of reasonableness contained in IRPC 1.5. (7-1-94)
Reasonable shall ordinarily mean during normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., local time, on Monday through Friday. "Agents" shall include, but not be limited to, auditors retained by the Division.
Reasonable means what is reasonable for the proper conduct of the case in all the circumstances. The test is based on the view/knowledge of the reasonably competent fee earner at the time the disbursement was incurred. Hindsight should not be used.
Reasonable means that a cost is an actual cost that is appropriate and helpful to develop and maintain the operation of patient care facilities and activities, including normal standby costs, and that does not exceed what a prudent buyer pays for a given item or services. Reasonable costs may vary from provider to provider and from time to time for the same provider.