duly

duly
du·ly /'dü-lē, 'dyü-/ adv: in a due manner or time
failed to duly deliver

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

duly
I adverb accurately, as required, correctly, deservedly, fairly, legitimately, rightfully associated concepts: duly adjudged, duly allowed, duly appointed, duly assigned, duly awarded, duly certified, duly commenced, duly commissioned, duly completed, duly convened, duly directed, duly enacted, duly entered into, duly established, duly executed, duly filled, duly found, duly given, duly issued, duly made, duly organized, duly presented, duly prosecuted, duly qualified, duly recorded, duly rendered, duly served, duly shown, duly summoned, duly sworn, duly verified II index as a matter of right, ex officio

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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