negligence as a matter of law

negligence as a matter of law
An undisputed fact or facts, so conclusive of negligence in conduct or omission in violation of a standard of care which is clear in its requirements and in its application to the case, that there is no question to be submitted to the jury and the court must declare that negligence is established. 38 Am J1st Negl § 344. See negligence per se.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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