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  • Buying a House - A Guide to the Conveyancing Process for Buyers

    Conveyancing & Property

    Buying a House - A Guide to the Conveyancing Process for Buyers

    Conveyancing is the legal term given for the process of buying and selling a property. Conveyancing is a notoriously complicated area and so a solicitor is imperative to ensure a successful and faultless transaction. The conveyancing process begins as...

  • Landlord and Tenant Rights

    Conveyancing & Property

    Landlord and Tenant Rights

    In order to protect both the landlord and the tenant, the law sets out a number of responsibilities, obligations and rights for each party when a rental agreement is signed. These rights mean that a tenancy can be arranged and maintained in a fair, safe...

  • Reclaiming PPI - Am I entitled?

    Personal Finance & Tax

    Reclaiming PPI - Am I entitled?

    PPI is a term that is unavoidable at present. Whether it be a radio advert, TV commercial, newspaper article, nuisance phone call or lunchtime chat, PPI will have likely cropped up at some point during your day. With the promise of reclaiming hundreds...

  • Police Station Interviews - Know Your Rights

    Criminal

    Police Station Interviews - Know Your Rights

    Following an arrest, a person may be taken to a police station, where they will become referred to as a detainee. At the police station, the detainee can be held pending interviews and investigation into the alleged crime. Detainees are afforded a number...

  • Use of Restrictive Covenants in Employment Contracts

    Employment

    Use of Restrictive Covenants in Employment Contracts

    Employers may want to place restrictions on people who have worked for them after the employment contract ends by way of protecting the business. This can be done legally by adding ‘restrictive covenants' into the contract of employment, and this...

  • Breach of the Peace Explained

    Criminal

    Breach of the Peace Explained

    Breach of the peace is a term given to an offence that means that the ‘Queen's peace' has been disrupted. It is a somewhat old term that effectively refers to the ‘opposite of war', and it is used to prevent acts of violence against property...

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  • EMPLOYMENT LAW
    EMPLOYMENT LAW

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    PERSONAL INJURY

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