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.