Nisi

• (conj.) Unless; if not. • (conj.) Unless; if not.
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nisi

adjective not final or absolute; `the decree is nisi and not absolute`
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Nisi

Ni'si conj. [ Latin ] Unless; if not. » In legal proceedings, this word is used to indicate that any order, etc., shall take effect at a given time, unless before that time the order, etc., in modified, or something else is done to prevent its taking effect. Continuance nisi is...
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nisi

if not, unless, except.
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nisi

Latin, meaning: if not, unless, except.
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Nisi

The Latin term 'Nisi' means, in a UK legal context: 'unless'.
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Nisi

This word is frequently used in legal proceedings to denote that something has been done, which is to be valid unless something else shall be done within a certain time to defeat it. For example, an order may be made that if on the day appointed to show cause, none be shown, an injunction will be dissolved of course, on motion, and production of an...
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Nisi

Unless
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nisi

[adj] - not final or absolute
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