Damping – the term details a situation of illegal increase of the prices of goods, usually by a cartel of local traders/dealers.
Damnum sine injuria – from Latin: this is a term which is used in Tort Law to detail an injury with no material, or non-material damages as an outcome.
Damnum injuria datum – from Latin: this is a term used in Tort Law, which details an injury done to other person’s property.
Damnum infectum – from Latin: this is a legal term which details a loss which has not yet been suffered but the risk of it is obeyed.
Damnum fatale – from Latin: The term is used in Tort Law, where means “Accidental damage” that may be caused by natural force, for example.
Damnum absque injuria – From Latin: this term is used in Tort Law, where means “damage without wrongful act”.
Damnification – the term details a legal activity which causes loss or injury to a person who has indemnified another person, and is a subject of a charge per the Law.
Damn-fool doctrine – the term refers to a principle which is used in the Insurance Law to detail a situation where the insurance company refuses to compensate the insured person because of his wrong behavior that has caused the insured…
Data protection – this is an area of the law setting regulations for the citizens to control information about themselves, via Commission for protection of the personal data. In the UK Law there is the Data Protection Act 1998 –…
Damnatory – within the Criminal Law, this term details a fact proving the crime and leading respectively to a charge by the court.