Avoiding "Requirement Gaps"

How often we come along the phrase "gap in the requirement"? And usually these gaps are common routine mistakes that we forget to think about. I thought about creating a checklist of common questions that if we follow, in most cases will resolve the "gap in the requirement" situation. Of course, its not the final list of questions as every requirement has something peculiar about it but its a list of common denominators. 
Here are the questions:

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