meeting each other

meeting each other
A phrase not meaning merely persons passing each other while going in opposite directions but implying a coming together m such manner that there would be an actual collision or an apparent danger of one, if they should pursue their course without change of direction. Riepe v Elting, 89 Iowa 82, 56 NW 285.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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