• When you order something and pay using a credit card, you are protected against loss…or are you? Although many people think that the protection that applies is absolute, it is not....

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  • Changing Wills For Benefit

    • Posted May 26, 2006

    A will expresses the final wishes of the deceased person and it is commonly thought that a will is irrevocable after death. However, provided everyone agrees, it is normally possible...

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  • Pensions and Divorce

    • Posted May 24, 2006

    Divorces among the over-60s are by no means infrequent and, whilst the potential for acrimony arising from issues concerning young children is absent, they often do produce a great deal...

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  • Who Can Go Where?

    • Posted May 17, 2006

    In England and Wales, the law relating to access to land position is governed by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. In England and Wales, the public have the...

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  • Timeshares – Good or Bad?

    • Posted May 17, 2006

    Although there are millions of contented timeshare owners throughout the world, the timeshare industry has certainly had a chequered history. On the one hand there is the promise of golden...

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  • Disputes between neighbours can cause a lot of unpleasantness. If you need to deal with your neighbours over matters related to land or property it is always advisable to try...

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  • Who is Under the Influence?

    • Posted May 17, 2006

    The law recognises that some people (such as solicitors or accountants) have a high degree of influence over other people (their clients), since clients hire their professional advisers for the...

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  • Guide to Parental Responsibility

    • Posted December 31, 2004

    The 1989 Children Act aimed to clarify the law regarding who could look after children. One of the main new concepts introduced by the Act was that of ‘Parental Responsibility’...

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  • Compensation for Loss of a Chance

    • Posted December 31, 2004

    Most claims for damages are claims for damages or losses which have actually happened. For example, if a lorry mounted the pavement and smashed a garden wall, the claim would...

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  • After carrying out an extensive consultation exercise, which closed in October 2011, squatting in residential properties has now become a criminal offence. Criminal squatting occurs when: a...

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