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Legal :- Arguments made on behalf of a defendant who has admitted or been found guilty of an offence, in order to excuse or partly excuse the offence committed and attempt to minimise the sentence.

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Simple Interest N9C Civil Court form Fiscal Policy
Net income Order Optimisation Statutory Company
Privacy statement Consumption Goods Magnum opus
Sui juris Arbitrage Gourde
Visa Not negotiable Debenture
Overrule Employees Chambers
W3C Assignee Benefits in kind
Board of Directors Principal Place of Business Per quod
Aggregates Levy Supply Of Services N162 Civil Court form
Zero Rate Certificate Fiat money Procureur
Pecuniary Legacy MD2 Tax Form - P138S
Standard terms and conditions Monopoly Calculated risk
Closed Economy Non constat Deregistration

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