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    Criminal

    Drug Driving Laws – Driving Under the Influence of Drugs

    Driving under the influence of drugs is incredibly dangerous. As with driving under the influence of alcohol, having drugs in your system while behind the wheel can massively impair your driving skills. The chance of having an accident is increased,...

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    Immigration

    Life in the UK Test

    The life in the UK test is designed to ensure that foreign people who want to live in the UK on a permanent basis have a certain level of knowledge about UK customs and cultures. For those who want Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK or who are...

  • Do Volunteers Have Any Employment Rights?

    Employment

    Do Volunteers Have Any Employment Rights?

    Volunteers are not issued a contract of employment, and so they do not have the same employment rights as contracted employees. However, this does not mean that volunteer workers are exempt from all rights or that they can be exploited. Volunteers are...

  • Retention of Title Clauses Explained

    Company & Commercial

    Retention of Title Clauses Explained

    When a business or organisation provides goods to a person and payment becomes overdue on credit that was offered, the provider should refer to a ‘retention of title' clause in their trading terms which will entitle them to take their goods back...

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    Personal Finance & Tax

    What is Bankruptcy and How to Declare Yourself Bankrupt?

    When debts become unmanageable, and repayment options have been exhausted, it may be necessary to file for bankruptcy which will eliminate debts and allow for financial recovery. Bankruptcy is a severe action and requires in depth thought and analysis...

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    Wills, Probate & Trusts

    Choosing an Executor for Your Will

    The nominated person that has the responsibility of managing your property and estate when you die is referred to as your ‘executor'. The executor will follow instructions that are set by you to determine how and when your estate is divided upon...

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