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dolus

[doh-luh s] /ˈdoʊ ləs/
noun, Roman and Civil Law.
1.
fraud; deceit, especially involving or evidencing evil intent (distinguished from culpa):
One is always liable for dolus resulting in damages.
Origin of dolus
From Latin
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