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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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Deemed domicile N260 Civil Court form Cost of Capital
Carat Golden Parachute N92 Civil Court form
Gaap Lessor Refinance
Perquisite (perk) Trade reference QUANGO
Pillars of the EU Committal for sentence Domain name sales agreement
Affiliate Marketing Risk Class Licence
CEO AMOGA Intermediate Consumption
EMU Commute NPISHs
QROPS Bonded Warehouse Tynwald
Case stated Credit Act of God
Woody Give as you earn (GAYE) N150 Civil Court form
IPO Jus naturale Gold Standard
Export Shop Group Incentive AFAIK

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