Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Affidavit

A legal statement made by a person, sworn on oath to be true. Used in legal matters as evidence or to support evidence in court.

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Waiver N16A Civil Court form Accounting reference date
Non est factum Contingent liabilities Tontine
Apostille WIP Writ of Execution
Uncollected funds Due date Management buy in
Cessate Grant Raw Materials Value added tax (VAT)
Brainstorm CFR Non-Monetary
Writ of venire de novo Digital Signature Litas
LIBO Reentry NGO
Monopoly Vertical integration Lessor
Security for Loans Big Four Monetary Policy
Peso Route to the Market N279 Civil Court form
General Partner Critical Success Factors Non constat
QROPS Preamble Over the Counter

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