Legalese is a hard-to-understand style of writing used by lawyers. Legalese often includes Latin, legal jargon, and purposely complicated sentences.
Legalese is seen as a bad business practice, as it often makes a statement or policy hard to understand.
If a contract or policy is questioned in court, the presence of legalese could undermine the document’s legitimacy, as not all parties may have reasonably understood the content.
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