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

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Progress payments Perquisite (perk) Excise Warehouse
NVR Factor Sub silentio
Charitable Trust Vertically integrated Journal
Critical Success Factors Real Exchange Rate Registered Office
Account payee Sub modo Payment terms
Wholesaler Shelf life Public Good
N279 Civil Court form Freelance Contingent Beneficiaries
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Company Secretary Intermediate Consumption Residence
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Load List Retail price Sanction
IDE Zero Growth Non-Resident

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