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e.g. principle, consideration, jurisdiction
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semble noun

a French meaning it seems. The term is used in a court judgment to show that the court is not certain about something eg what the parties to a contract intended, or how the court might rule if the facts different.
Semble, if a banker gives a reference in the form of a brief expression of opinion in regard to credit-worthiness, he does not accept, and there is not expected of him, any higher duty than that of giving an honest answer.

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