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

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Astute Bankrupt Log
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Earning asset Domain name APK
Win win File Permissions MoJ
CMO Book value Domicile of dependency
Arrangement Fee Conversion Costs Subpoena
Author Gaming Duty Unearned income
Domicile of choice Public corporations Litigation
Dissolution External Auditor Year end dividend
JCO Merger Ombudsman
Joint Venture Public Key Infrastructure - PKI MoneyGram
Capital expenditure Identity Verification Modus Operandi
Chargeable Asset Blue Chip Proprietor

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