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    Should I say by court decision or the court decision?
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    Default Re: by (the) court decision

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    Should I say by court decision or the courtt decision?
    Definitely the first.
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    Default Re: by (the) court decision

    I don't need to use the definite article, right?

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    It depends on the context.
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