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Mutatis mutandis

“Mutatis mutandis” is a Latin phrase that means “with necessary changes” or “with the necessary alterations.” This phrase is used to indicate that something should be adapted or modified as needed in a given context or situation while keeping the essential elements or principles the same. It is often used in legal, academic, or formal writing to acknowledge that a statement or rule applies in a similar way with appropriate adjustments.

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