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{{g}}'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is an apocryphal metal invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, which hobbits hide under in ''Lord of the Rings''. It supposedly of Elvish origin, resembles silver but is stronger and lighter than steel.
 
{{g}}'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is an apocryphal metal invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, which hobbits hide under in ''Lord of the Rings''. It supposedly of Elvish origin, resembles silver but is stronger and lighter than steel.
  
Contrary to popular belief, neither client money is not made of [[mithril]]. Nor are [[legal opinion|legal opinions]]. For absolute certain, none of the views expressed on this site are either. Yes, that's another disclaimer, by the way.
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Contrary to popular belief, [[client money]] is not made of [[mithril]]. Nor are [[legal opinion|legal opinions]]. For absolute certain, none of the views expressed on this site are either. Yes, that's another [[disclaimer]], by the way.
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*[[Cash]] and [[client money]]
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*[[Reliance on legal advice]]

Latest revision as of 12:03, 4 December 2019

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Mithril is an apocryphal metal invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, which hobbits hide under in Lord of the Rings. It supposedly of Elvish origin, resembles silver but is stronger and lighter than steel.

Contrary to popular belief, client money is not made of mithril. Nor are legal opinions. For absolute certain, none of the views expressed on this site are either. Yes, that's another disclaimer, by the way.

See also