Legal Definition and Related Resources of Duly

Meaning of Duly

In legal parlance, In a proper way, or regularly, or according to law. 5 Hun (N. Y.) 542, 543; 23 Barb. (N. Y.) 304; 3 Edw. Ch. 239; 59 Barb. (N. Y.) 531, 543; 15 Minn. 479, 484; 5 Hun (N. Y.) 543. Regularly; upon proper foundation as distinguished from mere form. 15 Mees. & W. 465. It does not relate to form merely, but includes form and substance both. 114 N. Y. 518, 527.


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