What is Due diligence?
Due diligence definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
noun Law, Business.
reasonable care and caution exercised by a person who is buying, selling, giving professional advice, etc., especially as required by law to protect against incurring liability: The court said there was due diligence on the part of the plaintiff.
the process of gathering or disclosing relevant and reliable information about a prospective sale, purchase, contract, etc.: You should perform due diligence on a company before investing.