Examples of Reasonable cause to believe in a sentence
Reasonable cause to believe or suspect that child abuse has occurred is sufficient.
Reasonable cause to believe means that the reporter, in making the report of abuse/neglect, acts with good faith intent, judged in light of all the circumstances then present.
Reasonable cause to believe that a person has committed an offense exists when evidence or information which appears reliable discloses facts or circumstances which are collectively of such weight and persuasiveness as to convince a person of ordinary intelligence, judgment and experience that it is reasonably likely that such offense was committed and that such person committed it.
Poor road quality results in direct losses of between eight and 12 percent of the sales value from delays in shipments, breakage, losses in livestock weight, and losses in the quality of perishable goods.Infrastructure issues plague the region’s seaports as well.
Reasonable cause to believe a check is uncollectible requires the existence of facts that would cause a well-grounded belief in the mind of a reasonable per- son.