Type in the keywords that you are interested in and choose the correct Search Method depending on what you are searching for (all of the words, any of the words, the exact phrase or boolean). You can also use Wildcard Characters and Search Operators. Choose keywords that are unique enough to identify the information you want. Searching for words that appear too commonly will likely return a greater number of irrelevant results.
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||Multi-character wildcard operator, used to replace any number of characters in a word to search for variations of the word
||Single character wildcard operator, used to replace a single character in a word to search for spelling variations
||Performs an "exact phrase" search, i.e. retrieves documents containing the exact phrase within the quotation marks.
||Performs "all of the words" search, i.e. retrieves documents that contain all the entered keywords.
negligence AND causation
||Performs "any of the words" search, i.e. retrieves documents that contain any of the entered keywords.
forfeiture OR eviction
"NOT" operator, i.e. retrieves documents containing the keyword but excludes documents containing the keyword in a particular phrase/context.
||Minority NOT "minority shareholder"
||Proximity operator, looks for terms that are within a specific distance from one another. Add the tilde character ~ and a numeric value to the end of a search phrase. i.e. retrieves documents that contain the entered keywords with # number of words between them.
||"breach contract" ~10
||Grouping operator, used to group together search terms which should be executed together
||(doctor OR surgeon) AND negligence