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1099-DIV

United States Tax Concept of 1099-DIV Form 1099-DIV is a statement from your broker, a mutual fund, or a company whose stock you own that summarizes the dividends you were paid. The purpose of Form 1099-DIV is to report the dividends you received, income tax withheld from dividends, and [...]

Categories: D and Tax Law. Tags: DI and US Tax Law.



179 Deduction

Meaning of 179 Deduction in the United States Tax SystemIn Massachusetts is an expensing deduction allowed for investments in depreciable business equipment in the year the property is placed in service.(Definition provided

Categories: D and Tax Law. Tags: DE.



30-day Letter

Meaning of 30-day Letter in the United States Tax System30-day Letter may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as a formal notice from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service giving the taxpayer 30 days to appeal the proposed finding of the revenue agent. Former IRC (check

Categories: D and Tax Law. Tags: DA.



Act of commission

Translate Act of Commission from English to SpanishTranslation of Act of Commission, with examples. More about free online translation into Spanish of Acto de comisión and other legal terms is available here.Acto...

Categories: A and D. Tags: AC, DI, and Legal Translation .



Coroner’s Office

Translate Coroner's Office from English to SpanishTranslation of Coroner's Office, with examples. More about free online translation into Spanish of Servicio médico forense and other legal terms is available here...

Categories: C and D. Tags: CO, DE, and Legal Translation .



Criminal Mischief

Translate Criminal Mischief from English to SpanishTranslation of Criminal Mischief, with examples. More about free online translation into Spanish of Daños en propiedad ajena and other legal terms is available here....

Categories: C and D. Tags: CR, DO, and Legal Translation .



Custodial Interference

Translate Custodial Interference from English to SpanishTranslation of Custodial Interference, with examples. More about free online translation into Spanish of Quebrantamiento de las normas de tutela and other legal terms is avail...

Categories: C and D. Tags: CU, DR, and Legal Translation .



Découpage

Découpage in Global Commerce Policy In this regard, découpage is: a procedure adopted during the Kennedy Round in the negotiations on tariff reductions on chemicals. The entries on trade policy are here. It arose from the need to separate the concessions made under the existing United States [...]

Categories: D. Tags: Commerce Policy and Trade Policy.



Défendre

Concept of "Defendre, defendere, defend " Traditional meaning of défendre in the French law history (with some legal use in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in French) To deny; prohibit. Defendant, defender: the party denying, against whom an action is brought. [...]

Categories: A and D. Tags: French.



Défense

Concept of "Defensio,defense " Traditional meaning of défense in the French law history (with some legal use in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in French) Defence; prohibition. Resources Notes and References Based on A Concise Law Dictionary of Words, Phrases and [...]

Categories: A and D. Tags: French.



Déforcer

Concept of "Deforce, deforciare, deforcer " Traditional meaning of déforcer in the French law history (with some legal use in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in French) To withhold wrongfully; to act in deforcement. Deforciant, deforcians, deforceor: one who deforces; [...]

Categories: A and D. Tags: French.



Démurer

Concept of "Demorari, demorer, demurer " Traditional meaning of démurer in the French law history (with some legal use in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in French) To wait; to stay; to demur. Resources Notes and References Based on A Concise Law Dictionary of [...]

Categories: A and D. Tags: French.



Dépeçage

Dépeçage in Admiralty Law For information on dépeçage in this context, see the entry on dépeçage in the maritime law encyclopedia.

Categories: D. Tags: maritime law.



Dépeçage

"Dépeçage" in Maritime Law Note: There is more information on maritime/admiralty law here.The following is a definition of "Dépeçage", produced by Tetley, in the context of admiralty law: [Translation of Dépeçage in Spanish: [...]

Categories: D. Tags: Admiralty Law and DE.



Détente

Détente Détente in Diplomatic Law Détente An easing of tension between states. Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Detente (You may find detente at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). 1908 as a political term, a borrowing of French [...]

Categories: D, International Law, Political doctrines, and S. Tags: Christian socialism, DE, Diplomacy, Etimology, Guild socialism, SO, and Socialism.



D-value

Concept of D-value In relation to securing dangerous material (in case of crisis or terrorism) a meaning of d-value may be outlined, in general regarding European law, as follows: The D value is the activity of a specified radionuclide which, if not under control, could cause severe health [...]

Categories: D. Tags: Dangerous Materials and DV.



D. E. R. I. C.

De ea re ita consuere, concerning this matter have decreed. A phrase used in the record of decrees of the Roman senate. ...

Categories: D. Tags: DE.



D.-glosses

Concept and History of d.-glosses appear in a strata of Bolognese glosses composed during the 1180's. They are probably unrelated to David of London, whose canonistic activities date to a time prior to the 1170's. As an alternative, Weigand suggests identity with Magister [...]

Categories: D. Tags: Canon Law and DG.



D.L.R.

D.L.R. in Maritime Law Note: There is more information on maritime/admiralty law here.The following is a definition of D.L.R., produced by Tetley, in the context of admiralty law: Dominion Law Reports. Reports of Canadian decisions drawn from all Canadian courts and published by Canada Law [...]

Categories: D. Tags: Admiralty Law, DL, and maritime law.



D0minu8

(Lat.) The lord or master; the owner. Ainsworth. The owner or proprietor of a thing, as distinguished from him who uses it merely. Calv. Lex. A master or principal, as distinguished from an agent or attorney. Story, Ag. § 3; Ferriere. In Civil Law. A husband; a family. ,Vicat. ...

Categories: D. Tags: DM.



D5

Notion of D5 The meaning of D5 may be as follows: denuclearization, demilitarization, dealignment, democratization, and development, five main goals of peace and social movements

Categories: D. Tags: DA, Foregin Policy, and Foreign Affairs.



Dabis? Dabo

(Lat. will you give? I will give). In the Roman law. One of the forms of making a verbal stipulation. Inst. 3. 15. 1; Bracton, fol. 15b. ...

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Dachau

Etimology of Dachau (You may find Dachau at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). town in Bavaria, Germany, from Old High German daha "clay" + ouwa "island," describing its situation on high ground by the Amper River. Infamous as the site of a [...]

Categories: D. Tags: DA and Etimology.



Dactylography

The scientific study of fingerprints as a means of identification. See State v Steffen, 230 N. W. 536, 210 Iowa 196.

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Dado

Concept of Dado in the context of Real Property Alternatives definitions of Dado: (1) To secure by setting in a groove. (2) To make a rectangular groove in a board or plank.

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Dagger

Dagger in the National Security Context A definition and brief description of Dagger in relation to national security is as follows:A short knife, made for the purpose of stabbing rather than cutting.

Categories: D. Tags: DA and National Security.



Dahomey

Resources Legal English Vocabulary: Dahomey in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term dahomey into Spanish: Dahomey (English to Spanish translation) . More about legal dictionary from english to spanish online. Related to the Legal Thesaurus

Categories: D. Tags: Countries and DA.



Daily

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Daily Meaning of Daily Every day; day after day. See Hartman v village of St.Clair Shores, 225 N. W. 493, 246 Mich. 603. Daily Alternative Definition [...]

Categories: D, Definition, and Synonyms. Tags: DA.



Daily Balances

The various balances for the different days in the period for which interest is to be paid, and average daily balance for the interest period means the sum of these daily balances divided by the number of days in the interest period. See Jones v Marrs, 263 S. W. 570, 114 Tex. 62.

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Daily Cause List

Daily Cause List in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of Daily Cause List. This legal term is related to the United Kingom and/or the English Legal System.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw [...]

Categories: Criminal Law and D. Tags: DA and United Kingdom .



Daily Newspaper

A newspaper published every day of the week except Sunday. First National Bank of Parsons v Kennedy, 157 P. 418, 98 Kan. 51.

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Daimler Co., Ltd. V. Continental Tyre Co., Ltd.

([1916] 2 A. C. 327). The Court may look beyond the legal status of an English registered company and, by applying the doctrine of control, hold it to be of enemy character. Per Lord Parker: The acts of a company's organs, its directors, managers, secretary and so forth, functioning [...]

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Dairy Cow

Hierarchical Display of Dairy cow Agriculture, Forestry And Fisheries > Means of agricultural production > Livestock > Cattle > CowAgriculture, Forestry And Fisheries > Means of agricultural production > Livestock > Milk productAgriculture, Forestry And Fisheries > Means of [...]

Categories: D. Tags: Agri-Foodstuffs, Agricultural equipment, Agriculture, Animal production, Cattle, Cheese, Cow, DA, Forestry And Fisheries, Livestock, Means of agricultural production, Milk product, and Processed agricultural produce.



Dairy Export Incentive Program

Dairy Export Incentive Program in Global Commerce Policy In this regard, dairy export incentive program is: DEIP. The entries on trade policy are here. A United States subsidy program first authorized by the 1985 Farm Act. Through this program, the United States Department of Agriculture pays [...]

Categories: D. Tags: Commerce Policy, DA, and Trade Policy.



Dairy Farm

Hierarchical Display of Dairy farm Agriculture, Forestry And Fisheries > Farming systems > Agricultural holdingAgri-Foodstuffs > Processed agricultural produce > Milk productAgriculture, Forestry And Fisheries > Farming systems > Farming system > Grouping of farms > Agricultural [...]

Categories: D. Tags: Agri-Foodstuffs, Agricultural activity, Agricultural holding, Agriculture, Animal production, DA, Farming system, Farming systems, Food industry, Forestry And Fisheries, Grouping of farms, and Processed agricultural produce.



Dairy Industry

Resources Legal English Vocabulary: Dairy Industry in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term dairy industry into Spanish: industria lechera (English to Spanish translation) . More about legal dictionary from english to spanish online. Related to the Legal Thesaurus

Categories: D. Tags: Agri-Foodstuffs, Agricultural activity, Agricultural holding, Agriculture, Animal production, DA, Farming systems, Food industry, Forestry And Fisheries, and Processed agricultural produce.



Dairy Production

Hierarchical Display of Dairy production Agriculture, Forestry And Fisheries > Agricultural activity > Animal productionAgriculture, Forestry And Fisheries > Farming systems > Agricultural holding > Dairy farmAgri-Foodstuffs > Processed agricultural produce > Milk [...]

Categories: D. Tags: Agri-Foodstuffs, Agricultural activity, Agricultural holding, Agricultural structures and production, Agriculture, Animal production, Cattle, Cow, DA, Farming systems, Food industry, Forestry And Fisheries, Livestock, Means of agricultural production, Processed agricultural produce, and Regulation of agricultural production.



Dalby V. India And London Life Assurance Co.

((1854), 15 C. B. 365). An insurable interest in the life of another need only exist at the time when the policy is taken out.The Anchor Life Assurance Co. had insured the life of the Duke of Cambridge in four policies two for 1,000 and two for 500, granted by the company to one [...]

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Dale

Concept of Dale in the context of Real Property A short definition of Dale: A valley between hills or other high ground.

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Dale And Sale

Fictitious names of places, used in the English books as examples. Perk. c. 2, § 152. The manor of Dale and the manor of Sale, lying both in Vale. Bac. Abr. Case of Revocation of Uses; Perk. c. 3, § 230. ...

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Dalton V. Angus

((1881)6 A. C. 740). Held, that a right to support from adjoining land of land weighted with buildings may be acquired by prescription in twenty years...

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Dalus, Dailus, Or Dailia

A certain measure of land; such narrow slips of pasture as are left between the plowed furrows in arable land. Cowell. ...

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Dam

A barrier to prevent the flow of water , especially a bank of earth, or wall of any kind built across a watercourse to confine and keep back flowing water. Also, a body of water confined or held by a dam. See Oakland Club v South Carolina public service authority , (D.C.S.C.) 30 F. [...]

Categories: D and Definition. Tags: DA.



Damage

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Damage Meaning of Damage Loss, injury or deterioration caused by the negligence , design or accident of one person , to another in respect of the latter's person or property . Clemmons v Glens Falls Ins. [...]

Categories: Criminal Law, D, Definition, Economy, Electoral systems, Environmental Law, and Synonyms. Tags: Criminal proceedings, DA, Damages, Dangerous, Disasters, Finance, Formato Extenso, Insurance, Justice, Law, Law Enforcement, Legal action, Liability, Long Read, Police, torts, and Translate Legal Terms .



Damage Cleer

The tenth part in the common pleas, and the twentieth part in the king's bench and exchequer courts, of all damages beyond a certain sum, which was to be paid the prothonotary or chief officer of the court in which they were recovered before execution could be taken out. At first it [...]

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Damage-clere

Concept of "Damage-clere" Traditional meaning of damage-clere in the French law history (with some legal use in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in French) A fee formerly due the chief clerk from a plaintiff recovering damages in the K. B. and C. P. Damage-feasant: doing [...]

Categories: D. Tags: DA and French.



Damaged

Within the constitutional provision that private property shall not be taken or damaged except for public purposes and after just and adequate compensation is paid, property is considered to be damaged when the action of a public authority results in diminution of property value. Columbia Gulf [...]

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Damaged Goods

In maritime law. Goods, subject to duties, which have received some injury either in the voyage home, or while bonded in warehouse. ...

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Damages

Hello Resources Legal English Vocabulary: Damages in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term damages into Spanish: perjuicios (English to Spanish translation) . More about legal dictionary from english to spanish online. Related to the Legal Thesaurus Resources See Also Law [...]

Categories: Civil Law, Criminal Law, D, and Family Law. Tags: Civil Judicial Process, Civil Procedure, Court System, Criminal liability, Criminal Procedure, DA, Damages, Dangerous, Jobs, Judicial proceedings, Justice, Law, Law Enforcement, Legal Process, Liability, Personnel, practice, and Procedural Law.



Damaiouse

In old English law. Causing damage or loss, as distinguished from torcenouse, wrongful. Britt. c. 61. ...

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Dame

Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Dame (You may find dame at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). early 13c., from Old French dame "lady, mistress, wife," from Late Latin domna, from Latin domina "lady, mistress of the house," from Latin [...]

Categories: D. Tags: DA, Etimology, and French.



Damn

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Damn Meaning of Damn Deem, think or judge anyone to be guilty, to be criminal ; to give judgment , or sentence or doom of guilt; to adjudge or declare a penalty or punishment . See Blaufus v People, 69 N. Y. [...]

Categories: D. Tags: DA and Etimology.



Damna

(Lat. damnum). Damages, both inclusive and exclusive of costs. ...

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Damnatus

Concept of "Damnatus" Traditional meaning of damnatus in English (with some legal use of this latin concept in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in Latin) Condemned; unlawful. Resources Notes and References Based on A Concise Law Dictionary of Words, Phrases and [...]

Categories: A and D. Tags: DA and Latin.



Damni Injuriae Actio

(Lat.) In civil law. An action for the damage done by one who intentionally injured the beast of another. Calv. Lex. ...

Categories: D. Tags: DA.



Damnosa Haereditas

A name given by Lord Kenyon to that species of property of a bankrupt which, so far from being valuable, would be a charge to the creditors ; for example, a term of years, where the rent would exceed the revenue. The assignees are not bound to take such property; but they must make their [...]

Categories: A and D. Tags: DA and Latin.



Damnum Fatal E

In civil law. Damages caused by a fortuitous event, or inevitable accident; damages arising from the act of God. Among these were included losses by shipwreck, lightning, or other casualty; also losses by pirates, or by vis major, by fire, robbery, and burglary; but theft was not numbered [...]

Categories: D. Tags: DA.