Examples of Reasonable cause in a sentence
Abuse or Neglect – Reasonable cause to suspect that a Participant has been harmed or is believed to be threatened with harm from a person responsible for the care of the Participant.
More Definitions of Reasonable cause
Reasonable cause as used herein, shall mean Employee's involvement in any action or inaction involving fraud resulting in a personal benefit in excess of any payments to which Employee is entitled hereunder, dishonesty, or material violation of Corporation policy and procedures. Employee shall vacate the offices of Employer on such effective date.
Reasonable cause as used in this policy means an articulable belief based on specific facts and reasonable inferences drawn from those facts that an employee is more likely than not under the influence of controlled substances or alcohol, or has used drugs or alcohol in violation of this policy. Circumstances which can constitute a basis for determining "reasonable cause" may include, but are not limited to:
Reasonable cause means a person witnesses or receives a credible written or oral report alleging abuse, including sexual contact, or neglect of a child.