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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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Equity Release Term Draft Horizontal integration
NVR Ancillary relief CAFCASS
AKA File Permissions Next of kin
Stakeholder N213 Civil Court form Pro tanto
N337 Civil Court form Bankruptcy Externality
SERP Business Activities CSS
Defragmentation Turnover Non-Monetary
Voir Dire Fiduciary Negative equity
Abort fee BACS Trade Margin
Transposition - EU Group Incentive Account payee
LTV Cash Flow Forecast Golden Parachutes
Tax Form - CT600 Value added tax (VAT) Exporter
Sui generis Tsunami Political equity

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