Reasonability - legal interpretation
The scale of reasonability represents a quintessential element of modern judicial systems and particularly important in the context of international disputes and conflicts of laws issues. The concept is founded on the notion that all parties should be held to a reasonable standard of conduct and has become embedded in a number of international conventions such as the UNIDROIT principles and the CISG.
The earliest recorded use of the term 'reasonability' has been in the Roman ages, where Romans became known for their methods in assessing an individual's conduct according to the scale. It became common practice to attribute a 'reasonability' score between 1 and 5, where 5 would indicate that a party had acted reasonably and would be entitled to the full sympathy of the court.
US Patent Issued to Robert Bosch on Dec. 13 for "Procedure for a Reasonability Check of a Temperature Sensor" (German Inventors)
Dec 20, 2011; ALEXANDRIA, Va., Dec. 17 -- United States Patent no. 8,075,179, issued on Dec. 13, was assigned to Robert Bosch GmbH (Stuttgart,...