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The expression "no need for formality" is good, though slightly old-fashioned. It means that some minor rules of behaviour are not necessary in the situation...

- Good morning Mr Smith

- You can call me Dave - there's no need for formality


no need for formalities

anonymous need for formalities

No, that is not the meaning discussed in this thread. It refers to ceremonial acts.

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No need of such formalities

No need for formalities

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