without prejudice

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Prepositional phrase[edit]

without prejudice

  1. (formal) Not affecting nor considering other possibly related issues.
  2. (law) Without affecting a legal interest.
  3. (law) A term used to allow a statement or proposal in communications, while allowing the party to return to their original position without being impeded by the described statement or proposal.


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