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What is Pro hac vice

Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "for this occasion".

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B2C MINT Perquisite (perk)
TOMS Off Balance Sheet Percentage Rent
Offshore Investments Arrears Variable costs
Information Commissioner BotNet Ringgit
Suspended sentence QUANGO Negligible Value
Unconscionable AFAIK MD5
PLN Litigation Executor-dative
Giffen goods SMTP PES
Affirmation Batch production Floating Charge
Home Bias Statutory Instrument Restricted Goods
Mediation Not negotiable Factoring
Kroon Obscuration Credit Institution
APACS Boil the ocean Marketing economies

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