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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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Double Entry Accounting In delicto In camera
Indicia N122 Civil Court form Authentication
In esse Reporting Period Perquisite (perk)
In extenso List Price National IP Crime Strategy
Id est (i.e.) Business Expenses Arrangement Fee
In limine Hire purchase Dead Wood
N244 Civil Court form In loco parentis Mission critical
Prima facie Inventory Pro forma
Deferment Trader Allowable expenses Tax Form - P11D
Declaration Date Bankers draft In company Training
Pro Rata Overrule Financial equity
Bonds Office Of Export Nanotechnology
Writ of Restitution Budget account APK

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