Definitions

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  • noun The act of entrusting.

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Examples

  • Banks also facilitate direct loans between companies, known as entrustment loans, a method that has been particularly popular with property developers.

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  • What you mean is negligent entrustment, which is a very narrow class of suits.

    CNN Transcript May 10, 2003

  • Such lending includes the use of entrustment loans and bank-acceptance bills, a type of bank guarantee.

    China Alters Measure of Credit Growth

  • Such lending includes the use of entrustment loans and bank-acceptance bills, a type of bank guarantee.

    Chinese Bank Lending Slows

  • The policy at issue excluded coverage for bodily injury "arising out of the ownership, maintenance, use or entrustment to others of any ... 'auto' ... owned or operated by or rented or loaned to any insured."

    NY Court of Appeals

  • The policy at issue excluded coverage for bodily injury "arising out of the ownership, maintenance, use or entrustment to others of any ... 'auto' ... owned or operated by or rented or loaned to any insured."

    Insurance Defense

  • There ` s-- there ` s a host of civil liabilities that may attach as far as negligent -- negligent entrustment or negligent supervision, things of that nature.

    CNN Transcript Feb 23, 2009

  • In this way the Scapular becomes a sign of the "covenant" and reciprocal communion between Mary and the faithful: indeed, it concretely translates the gift of his Mother, which Jesus gave on the Cross to John and, through him, to all of us, and the entrustment of the beloved Apostle and of us to her, who became our spiritual Mother.

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  • Perhaps we can go for a bizarre sort of negligent entrustment?

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  • Stewardship depends on rejecting the immoral mine of the here and now and embracing an entrustment for the future.

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