DOMESTIC AUTHORITY

DOMESTIC AUTHORITY

domestic authority.

1. The legal power to use nondeadly force when reasonably necessary to protect a person for whom one is responsible.

2. A defense allowing a person responsible for another (such as a parent responsible for a child) to use nondeadly force when reasonably necessary to protect the person being cared for. [Cases: Assault and Battery 14, 68. C.J.S. Assault and Battery ¡ì¡ì 22, 93.]


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