2006 Georgia Code - 51-1-251-1-2. In general, ordinary diligence is that degree of care which is exercised by ordinarily prudent persons under the same or similar circumstances. As applied to the preservation of property, the term 'ordinary diligence' means that care which every prudent man takes of his own property of a similar nature. The absence of such diligence is termed ordinary negligence.
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