Business Terms and Jargon Explained

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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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CHAPS Hedge Landlord Reference
BACS Solvency Depreciation
Emolument N322A Civil Court form Price floor
Committal proceedings Account monitoring order Government securities
Syli E-Zine Informant
Pula Historical Cost Goodwill
County Court Judgement Warrant of detention BILL OF SALE
FIO Domain name Office Of Export
Easement BTI Terms of Reference
Admission Merger Tax Form - P46
Secondary Home Sale and Leaseback Managerial Resources
Non est factum Assurance Cost Unit
BIS Appeal Alimony

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