‘only’ is an example of a qualified term?

If your question is if thats true or false its false

false is correct on e d g e n u i t y Explanation:

The correct answer is False. Explanation: Qualified Term is a legal term that represents a period of time (Qualified Lease) that will last less than 60 months.
The word Only can be used as an adverb, a conjunction or an adjective, it has nothing to do with a qualified term.
Let’s see examples of its use:
Adverb: She is only a child.
Adjective: This is the only piece of cake left.
Conjunction: You can use my dress, only make sure you’re bringing it back tomorrow.

It is false i believe -cri

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