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  • What Are Tax Deductible Expenses for Workers?

    Employment

    What Are Tax Deductible Expenses for Workers?

    It may be possible to claim tax relief on some expenses that you incur through work. Such expenses must be incurred ‘wholly, exclusively and necessarily' through your job role and this applies in the following circumstances: When the employee has...

  • Types of Evidence Admissible in Criminal Trials

    Criminal

    Types of Evidence Admissible in Criminal Trials

    Evidence is an essential element to all criminal trials, but the type of evidence allowed in court is not always clear. The decision on whether a piece of evidence is admissible in court depends on whether it is deemed relevant to the case. The decision...

  • What is an Affidavit?

    Family

    What is an Affidavit?

    Affidavits are documents that are made in writing and sworn to be true. They are often used in court cases to support other evidence and to act as a testament to witness statements. Affidavits can be extremely valuable to a case, and as such, they are...

  • A Beginners Guide to Redundancy

    Employment

    A Beginners Guide to Redundancy

    When employers need to reduce their workforce, often due to limited workloads or relocations, employees who are made redundant may benefit from a variety of rights. An understanding of what these rights are, and what processes should be followed, is...

  • What is a Supervision Order and How Do They Work?

    Family

    What is a Supervision Order and How Do They Work?

    An application can be made to the court by a local authority if they have concerns about the wellbeing and welfare of a child. There are a number of orders that the court can issue by way of protecting a child, one of which is a Supervision Order. The...

  • Permitted Development Rights Explained

    Conveyancing & Property

    Permitted Development Rights Explained

    A person who owns a property and who plans to extend, improve or carry out work on the building should understand Permitted Development rights in order to ensure that any action that they take is lawful. These rights are set out in General Development...

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