Business Terms and Jargon Explained

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A monopoly right granted in respect of the appearance of the whole or part of a product.

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Prosumer Paris Convention Entitled Destinations
Suspended sentence Period Entry Safe
Fallen Angels Data breach Tied loan
Underwithholding CHIP and PIN Advocate
Dong Bridge loan - (bridging loan) Indemnify
N9A Civil Court form Specified Supplies Executor-dative
Chair Plug Domain name sales agreement N227 Civil Court form
Co-Decision - EU Blue Chip SHA1
Competitive Advantage Pensions Ombudsman Primogeniture
Best Judgement Assessment Credit Sale Kiosk
Activities of daily living (ADL) Sui generis Derivative action
Overdraft Actuary KMC
In pleno Alibi AGM

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