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What is In loco parentis

Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "in place of the parent".

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Excise Duty In extenso MIME
SHA384 To adduce Adultery - Legal
Collateral Apple polisher Perjury
SMTP Krugerrand Integrated Emergency Management
Shelf life AKA Privileged Will
Bullionism Ei incumbit probatio qui Biweekly
FMCG Earned income Payout Period
Tontine Term deposit N349 Civil Court form
Ratio decidendi Doli incapax KPI
In pleno Consignee Activities of daily living (ADL)
Job production Abbreviated Accounts Factor
Coin of the realm Inventory Dividend yield
Suggestio falsi DDOS Retail price

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