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What is Ex cathedra

Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "with official authority".

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Blocked Input Tax In camera De jure
N294 Civil Court form Vicarious Liability Age Relief
Disciplinary procedure Reimbursement Buy-out
Output Tax Unemployed Unlawful
In limine Network Address Translation - NAT Golden Rule
BIOS Give as you earn (GAYE) NAS
Winding up Yankee market APR
Togrog Non-Resident Cheque Clearing
Bolivar Entitled Vessel Gazumping
Registry Net Pay Entitled Destinations
Exempt Supply Adler32 Pro tempore
Deferred sentence Logical Bomb AVTUR
Vatu Crawler Restricted Goods

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