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What is Ex gratia

Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "out of kindness, voluntary".

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Simple Interest Digital Certificate Net Pay
Cyberliabilities Plaintiff Principal
Supply VAT Conditional Sale Trial contents
Loan Garnishee Order Tender
Output Tax Market share Exchange rate risk
Discounted Cash Flow Ex gratia Co-operative
Re-Enlistment Bonus Institutional Capacity War Chest
E.C.B Obsolete CAPEX
AMOGA SEED Diversification
Kilowatt hours (kWh) IPO Stock Exchange
Fixed Cost Testimony Capital Adequacy
Beneficial Owner Joint Account Spam
Satisfactory Quality Overgeared Firmware

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