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What is Jus

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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Zombies Money Transfer Voluntary Liquidation
Advance information Trade Creditors Cache
Ex rights In pleno Executor-dative
Prudent Administration order Grant of probate
Service mark Inti Headhunter
HR Commission Agent Voluntary Disclosure
Overrule Progress payments Statutory register
Fiscal Policy Long Term Debt Excise Duty
Contingent order Credit Note Barrier Warrant
Quasi-corporations Export Shop Writ of Execution
To adjourn Rational Decision IMHO
Virement Stock Exchange Earned income
Dividend cover Estate Residue

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