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What is In pleno

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

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N445 Civil Court form Risk External Auditor
Alternate bid Personal data WYSIWYG
Pay Back Period Appellant Diversification
Hardware Public Key Infrastructure - PKI Ex post facto
Excise Duty Team player Quid pro quo
Nisi Audit MENA
White-collar worker N162 Civil Court form Ad Idem
N266 Civil Court form Book value Double Entry Accounting
Intrastat Oxygen-move Force Majeure
Intrusion Detection Probate Competitor
Assumption N9A Civil Court form Marketing Mix
Domicile of dependency Qualification period JIT
PAYE Oblique intent Net Assets

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