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18/06/2008

I give in.

I have ignored this question, then I have mocked it. But dammit, the google searches for ‘what is Anor in legal terms’, or variants thereof, keep flooding in. They are now up to about 15 or more a week.

So I give in. Clearly absolutely nobody is able to deduce meaning from context any more and I must pander to the new google literalists.

Anor in legal terms is an abbreviation for ‘another’, as in X and another v Literal Borough Council.

Are you all happy now? Doesn’t it seem suddenly obvious? Just don’t expect a great legal career given that you actually had to ask.

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.

3 Comments

  1. simply wondered

    this is all very well, but who is anors?
    must dash – have just been informed small children can choke on nuts.

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  2. the chief

    Any chance this ‘another’ chap will be declared a vexatious litigant? He’s been at it for years.

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  3. Nearly Legal

    @simply wondered. See, now you are getting confused. The Anors, Mr & Mrs and a child, are a lovely family from Beckenham. They have just been legally rather unfortunate in their lives.

    @the chief. To be fair, he also spends a lot of time defending claims as well – extensive business interests, I believe.

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