Dutiable articles – the term is used in the Tax law where it details the goods that are subject of duty taxes when passing the Bulgarian & EU border.
Duress – this term describes a situation where a person is prevented from acting (or not acting) according to their free will, by threats or force of another person, it is said to be “under duress”. Contracts signed under duress are…
Duplicity – within Court Trials, this term refers to the situation of uniting of reasons or amounts from couple court claims into a common one. It is rarely met. See also: http://bulgariandeals.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=32
Duplex – In Real Estate Law this term refers to a house which has separate but complete facilities to accommodate two families as either adjacent units or one on top of the other. (Bulgarian Real Estate Law).
Dum vidua – From Latin: this term means: “For so long as she remains a widow”.
Dum sola – From Latin: this term means: “For so long as she remains unmarried”.
Duly – the term refers to something done in order; a properly performed legal action.
Due process– Within the area of the Criminal Law, it is the constitutional guarantee that a defendant will receive a fair and impartial trial. See also http://www.lectlaw.com/def/d080.htm .
Duces tecum – From Latin: this term means “bring with you”. Used mostly for species of subpoena (as in “subpoena duces tecum“) which seek not so much the appearance of a person before the local court of law, but the…
Dubitante – From Latin: this term means “Doubting the correctness of a court decision”