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Last updated: Apr 17th, 2011


A loophole is a manner in which the purpose or spirit behind a system of laws or rules can be evaded, while complying with the letter of the laws or rules. In some cases, a loophole can also refer to a situation in which a rule is broken but there is no practical way to detect the infraction or enforce the law.

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