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Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "the legal position is different, it is otherwise".

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N9B Civil Court form Donor Market Based Pricing
Afghani DNS Past Service
KPI Weak dollar Appropriate systems
Tugrik Percentage of Annual Revenue From Online Sales Carriage cost
Term Draft BTW Loan Stock
Applet Krone QC
Unfranked Receipts Load List Barter
Hysteresis Work Permit E-Zine
Abbreviated Accounts Probate Cyberspace
Institutional Unit Cross training WYSIWYG
Yo-yo stock Pupillage N316 Civil Court form
Warranty liability Annual exemption Housing claim
Domicile of origin Voir Dire Restricted Goods

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