Name. [`ˈduːti, dˈjuːti`] Work to which you are obliged for moral or legal reasons. Adjective. [`ˈliːgəl`] with legal effect or force. n. responsibility to others to act in accordance with the law. Proof of the obligation (for example, not being negligent, ensuring the safety of the premises or driving within speed limits) and subsequent proof that the obligation was breached are necessary elements of any claim for damages based on negligence or intentional harm. 1. Noun phrase The employee must prove that the HR employees he is suing were subject to a legal obligation and did not comply with it. Name. [`ˈduːti, dˈjuːti`] the social force that binds you to the actions required by that force; every opportunity, an obligation; Every possession, a duty» – John D. Rockefeller Jr. Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article on the adjective of obligation.

[`ˈliːgəl`] established by or on the basis of law or official or accepted rules. Adjective. [`ˈliːgəl`] allowed according to official rules. Name. [`ˈduːti, dˈjuːti`] a state tax on imports or exports. Adjective. under the moral obligation to do something.