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“Dolus” is a Latin term that means “deception” or “trickery” in English. This term is frequently used in legal contexts to refer to fraudulent actions or deceitful conduct. In law, “dolus” is often used in phrases like “dolus malus,” which means “bad faith” or “malicious intent.” It is used to describe intentional wrongdoing or deceitful behavior with the aim of causing harm or gaining an unfair advantage.

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