in the interest of (one)

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in the interest of (one)

Beneficial to one. It would be in the interest of you to have your lawyer review the contract before you sign it.
See also: interest, of

in the interest of someone or something

as an advantage or benefit to someone or something; in order to advance or improve someone or something. In the interest of health, people are asked not to smoke. The police imprisoned the suspects in the interest of the safety of the public.
See also: interest, of