Dark Liquidity – this term means crossing networks that provide liquidity that is not displayed on order books.
Dangerous Criminal Conduct – within the area of the Criminal Law, the term refers to conduct which shows indifference to the value of human safety or property.
Dangerous condition – this is legal definition of a shortcoming or a defect on a material asset, that leads to risk of eventual injury if using it.
Danger-creation doctrine – this is a legal term which sets the principle that local authorities are liable in some concrete cases where an injury has been occurred due to their actions, to a citizen or to a group of citizens.
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”.