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"He committed the crime on NO account." You don't need "not" in this sentence because of "on No account".

But what about this: "You should not sign the contract on NO account"?(This is supposed to mean "You must NOT sign the contract)

Q1. Why do you need "not" in here while you already have "on NO account" which means "not"?

Q2."You should not sign the contract on no account" and ""You should sign the contract on no account" are the same meaning?

Q3. Is the former just an emphatic expression of the latter just as"I don't have NO money" and "I don't have money" are the same meaning and the former is an emphatic expression of the latter?

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The formula is "On no acount should you do something." Your inversions do not work. And of course, any further negation is incorrect.

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