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Legal English can be very confusing. I think that lawyers insist on using these archaic English legal terms just to confuse everyone and make sure that lawyers have plenty of work and the English legal system is kept in business for years to come. But until there is a huge change (if ever) and we reach a point of legal writing in plain English, I'm afraid that we will all just have to make an effort to learn the very specific English for legal purposes, or keep on paying out huge amounts of cash to lawyers who already know these terms. So here is a legal English exercise to help you become accustomed to some legal vocabulary used in official business reports. These words refer to position, time and result, usually within the document that they appear in. While they seem confusing at first, they can add legal precision.