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What is Ex post facto

Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "by reason of a subsequent act".

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Arraignment Going Forward KPI
Airdrop N227 Civil Court form Agency agreement
Domicile of choice Txid Sui generis
Cestui que trust Call Back Pay Pro hac vice
Goodwill PES Chargeable Asset
Arbitration Deregistration Pari passu
Force Majeure Compensation order NVR
To arraign Down Tick Rural Payments Agency
Taka Unearned income Buy-out
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Narrowband Discretionary Trust Appellant
Bereaved minor Negligible Value Sciens
Self-Billing Public company or public limited company Ratification

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