fiduciary point

fiduciary point

[fə′dü·shē‚er·ē ‚pȯint]
(optics)
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(H.) where he states that "[i]ncest is both a tortious assault and a breach of fiduciary duty." (171) More recently, in K.L.B., Chief Justice McLachlin, writing on behalf of a virtually unanimous Supreme Court of Canada (on the fiduciary point), briefly explored the relationship between the tort of negligence and fiduciary law.
All executives must be taught to view business continuity from a fiduciary point of view.