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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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SHA1 Tax Treaty Sub-soil assets
Import VAT Certificate N322A Civil Court form Qualifying share
Malum in se Principal trade N244 Civil Court form
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Subsidiary Sub silentio Bancassurance
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PLN Royal Mint Sui juris
Non-Status Mortgage Faciendum Paradigm shift
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