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Legalese Explained: A legal Latin term used in the UK legal system to mean "within limits".

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Shareholders UK N265 Civil Court form
Blue Chip Vendors CNCD
Barrel Magnum opus LIFFE
Annulment Unlawful Stock Exchange
Coin of the realm Appropriate systems Account monitoring order
Credit limit Just in Time (JIT) Appellant
Backpay Inflation Functional Fexibility
Law Society Consumer Complaints Service Ipso facto Dalasi
Non sequitur Ex Stock Board of Directors
Deemed domicile Billing Liquid Assets
Trade discount Business Impact BitPay
Sweat equity Demilitarised Zone - DMZ Economically Inactive
Capped Rate District judges BotNet

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