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What is Obiter dictum

Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "said by the way". This is a remark or observation made by a judge that, although included in the body of the court's opinion, does not form a necessary part of the court's decision.

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Abatement Unicameral Collateral
Supply Of Goods Carriage cost subscription privilege
WERS Acquirer Click Fraud
Vendor Overgeared Fixed Cost
EORI Minority Interest Executrix-dative
Prima facie File Permissions Bear Market
Underwrite Switch Exempt Persons
Clock sucker Cross training Warranties
Arraignment Refer to drawer BOGOFF
Company Secretary N5 Civil Court form Standard terms and conditions
NES Deed of assignment Temporary Importation
Moving forward AKA Kangaroos
N434 Civil Court form Admission Ask

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