The Latin term "Verbatim " means, in a UK legal context: "word by word, exactly".
An employer is vicariously liable for negligent acts or omissions by his employee in the course of employment whether or not such act or omission was specifically authorised by the employer.
To avoid vicarious liability, an employer must demonstrate either that the employee was not negligent in that the employee was reasonably careful or that the employee was acting in his own right rather than on the employer's business.
The Latin term "vice versa" means, in a UK legal context: "the other way around".
The Latin term "Vide" means, in a UK legal context: "see".
The Latin term "Volens" means, in a UK legal context: "willing".