A Dictionary of Law ” Article 6:199 Worker`s Duties – 1. In the course of his benevolent intervention, the intervener must act with caution and, to the extent that it is reasonable to expect from him, continue the intervention he has initiated. – 2. As soon as reasonably possible, the intervener reports his actions to the person concerned. If he has spent or received money on behalf of the individual, he must also account for those payments. BENEVOLENCE, duty. A friendly action to another, pure goodwill, without legal obligation. It is only a moral duty and it cannot be imposed by law. A good wan is benevolent to the poor, but no law can force him to do so. III.
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