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Declaring Bankruptcy

First of all, declaring yourself Bankrupt is a very difficult decision, but the very fact that you’re here and reading this may mean you’re seriously considering it. We don't want to cloud your judgement either way. Our aim is to give you information that will help you understand the process of ...

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Commercial Law

A brief introduction to Commercial Law

The term ‘Commercial Law’ encompasses a wide body of laws that govern commercial transactions, business issues and business deals. These include the law of: Business contracts Bankruptcy Insolvency Patents Trade marks Designs Companies Partnership Export and import of...

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Road Traffic and Motoring

Has Your Driving Licence Really Expired?

In the UK, around 7% of drivers have out of date information on their driving licence, meaning they are at risk of receiving a hefty fine from the DVLA if they are stopped by the police. Over 2.6 million drivers have failed to update their current address on their licence which poses a risk of a...

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Children Cases

Can I Take My Child On Holiday If Separated?

The short answer is no. Not without either the written consent of every person who has parental responsibility for the child or consent of the Court. This means that if you wish to take your child on holiday abroad and the other parent who has parental responsibility does not agree, then you cannot ...

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Contract Law

Misrepresentation and Breach of Contract

How much care and attention must we pay during a contract negotiation? What is at risk if we are naïve during the negotiations and therefore we are persuaded to spend a lot of money for something which is not worth it? Can we claim for breach of contract? Firstly, please note that when someone...

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Employment Law

Restructuring your Business - Things you shouldn't do

Many employers will find the need to restructure at some point, whether that means downsizing the workforce, changing the set up, promoting existing employees or employing new ones. Whatever the procedure, employers’ methods can prove to be very unsuitable and even illegal, particularly with...

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