Dossier is a term is given to the bundle of papers and information on a particular person, event, or subject.
A Double Will is a will in which two persons join, each leaving his property and estate to the other, so that the survivor takes the whole.
Doubt is uncertainty of mind; the absence of a settled opinion or conviction; theattitude of mind towards the acceptance of or belief in a proposition, theory, orstatement, in which the judgment is not at rest but inclines alternately to either side. It is that state of the case which, after the entire comparison and consideration…
Draconian Law is a code of laws prepared by Draco, the celebrated law-giver of Athens. These laws were exceedingly severe, and the term is now sometimes applied to any laws of unusual harshness.
The person or organisation that has written a bill of exchange, such as a person who has written a cheque.
An action a person can take which is considered reasonable in a particular circumstance in 0rder to keep themselves or others safe. For example, a doctor or surgeon ensuring that they are performing their duties to their maximum ability, or a landowner removing any hazards which could be harmful to others.
Duly Qualified means that a person is trained and prepared to perform tasks or to fulfil an office.
Duly Sworn means to have sworn under oath by a person who administers oaths.
Duress refers to threats, violence, constraints or other action used to coerce someone into doing something against their will or better judgement.
An individual may owe a Duty of Care to another, to ensure that they do not suffer any unreasonable harm or loss. A breach of duty of care can lead to legal action by the victim or shareholders for any losses they incur.