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 –…

Damages ultra – used in Tort Law, this term refers to the damages pursued where the claimant believes the given award by the court is not sufficient enough.

Damages cap – the term refers to the maximum limit of a compensation amount which the court with their taken written decision in favor of one of the parties can award on the case. This term should be separated from…

Damages at large – The term has the meaning of compensation pursued in court for other than financial damages or loss only –namely pursuing compensation for “missed benefits” due to the caused tort. Learn more about the court process in…

Damages – the term refers to cash compensation claimed at the local Court of Law to offset losses/damages or suffering caused to the claimant by the defender’s fault or negligence. Damages are a typical request made of a court when persons…

Daisy chain – this is a definition of illegal number of speculative sales of the same Stock Trade, performed by a group of traders, unofficially connected with each other.