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    How is it viewed by the law when a Responsible Manager has been deceived by his team?

    For example, the RM has asked questions or required things to be done. The team members answer or confirm things that aren’t true, but the RM takes it at their word.

    Would the law consider the RM to be at fault and therefore culpable, or would the entire responsibility lie with the deceptive parties?

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