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This is shares that are not bought and sold on any stock exchange. Private limited companies are an example where you will need to contact the shareholders direct to buy shares.

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Working Population Fiat money Current Assets
White Label Past Service Ground rent
Keyman / keywoman insurance Call Option Health insurance
Operating System Mediation Counsel
Tontine Patent Pools Pension Contributions
Testator Eurobond ATM
Quasi-corporations LIBO Mala fides
Testacy Case NDA
End Use Lump Sum Distribution Bank Reconciliation
Quantum of damages Logical Bomb Instalment
Worm Nemo dat quod non habet Tender
Economist Overbought Guarantor
OTR Liquidity DBS check

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