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What is Ipsissima verba

Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "the very words of a speaker".

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Organic growth LIBO Pre-emption
OEIC Tax Form - P45 Venture Capital
Market share B2B Leasehold
Pegging Trustee Divisional Court
Apostille Trade discount N323 Civil Court form
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Curfew Memorandum of Understanding Joint Tenants
Off Balance Sheet Nemo dat quod non habet Base Rate

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