Home > Blossary: Duly
It's an adverb and means ''sufficiently'', in a complete way, For ex. 'document duly signed' means an official document, carrying stamp and signature of issuing agent, thus can be a simple document, legalized. We can also use 'duly' in 'duly justified' for ex. in the Trial Document, claim(-s) and rights deriving from it, are described in a detailed complete way, and are likely to be substantial, on basis of true facts, upon which arguments are based, thus including claims, with support of true facts. For ex. in the process of cancellation, of High Court of State, the content of decision, of B' Grade Administrative Court, before process of cancellation to High State Court, can be appealedif not ''duly justified' then cancellation of previous decision' is acceptee, as anticonstitutional one, if content of decision of Appeal Administrative Court, is not based on true facts that would normally justified this X decision', are not 'duly aligned with claim' and content of decision, 'ignores, rules of Law, corresponding to typical law, on which this decision has been issued. (Let's not forget, that in Administrative Law, typical laws, thus laws of mostly typical validity mostly prevail in trials, on which decisions are issued, (from A' Grade Adm. Court, B' Grade, thus Appeal Court), and content of claims of usually first grade court, should correspond to (typical law) upon which decision(-s) of Court are made. Thus, here also legal rights, must derive and corrspond to true facts, to support claims, supported in turn by arguments, for ex. in B'Grade Admin. Court, and in this case decision can't be appealed, as anti-constitutional one (by High State Court), unless, true facts upon decision is based, do not cover, content of typical laws, upon which claims are based up to 60%, then Cancellation is possible by H.S.C, and of course, under these conditions, any previous ambiguities can be/should be raised by High State Court, in order to ''duly justify'' their Decision.

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