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Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "a right that is recognised in law".

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Lawyer Redundancy Qualifying share
Monetary Policy Pleadings Continuous Supply Of Goods
QROPS Prime costs Bare trust
Mortgage Term Cost per Thousand Ex gratia
Closure Formal Unitholder Pensions Ombudsman
Charity Year to date Information Assets
Logical Bomb FTP PayPoint
Entitled Vessel E-Zine MoneyGram
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Money Deposit N325 Civil Court form Uno flatu
MasterCard Instalment Devils Advocate
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Base Rate RTGS Appellant

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