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What is Judiciary

Collective term for the 43,000 judges, magistrates and tribunal members who deal with legal matters in England and Wales.

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Ipso facto Internet and email usage policy Price floor
Fill or kill Holding Companies Warehouse
Directors Guarantee Letter High Credit Hardware
Company Logo IANAL Patentability
Advance information Tentative Trust Cash Flow
Case stated Parental leave policy Single linking agreement
Signature N316A Civil Court form Waiver
UK Intellectual Property Office AKA Contingent Discount
Money Supply External growth Kroon
Utilities Company Bespoke Retail Scheme Leasehold
Surge Protector Activities of daily living (ADL) Quaeitur
Ofcom Banana Problem Mission critical
Political Risk Drawings Pillars of the EU

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