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confusion, mumble jumble, nonsense, jibber jabber, legalese
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- Boilerplate — Definition,
- Standard, routine language in legal documents.
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- An agreement between two or more parties that can be enforced by law.
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- A court order that prohibits a party from taking a specific course of action.
- Judgement — Definition,
- A determination by a court of law or a judicial decision.
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- Statute of Limitations (SOL) — Acronym,
- A period of time specified by statute within which an action at law must be brought or else be forfeited.