account duty

податок на дарування, здійснене на випадок смерті дарувальника

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  • Breach of duty in English law — In tort, there can be no liability in negligence unless the claimant establishes both that he or she was owed a duty of care by the defendant, and that there has been a breach of that duty. The defendant is in breach of duty towards the claimant… …   Wikipedia

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