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Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "an act or deed".

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Ethernet Fiat money Banking book
CFO Real IMHO
National Insurance (NI) Charging Order Landlord Reference
Billing Pre-emption Process
Excise Duties CHIP and PIN Trillion
Import VAT Certificate Pre-Registration Expenses Entitled Vessel
Stock Exchange PAYE Informant
WYSIWYG Gaming Duty Financial Ombudsman Service
Constraints Restrictions Merit Good Budget
Patents County Court Deposit JCO
Concentration ratio Open End Credit Minority Interest
Parental leave policy Denar Freightage
Warrant Bounced cheque Witness

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