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Possession & Eviction Disputes can arise when a landlord wishes to recover possession of property and the tenant wishes to stay. Possession claims can be complex so if you are involved in this type of dispute, getting good legal advice is important. All landlords must follow the correct legal procedures for gaining repossession of property. Although the exact process will depend on the type of tenancy, but in most cases, the landlord will need to serve a valid notice on the tenant before seeking an order for possession in the County Court.

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A tax attorney is highly educated in the field of tax law. Because they have at least a bachelor degree and a professional doctorate of law, they know how to handle various tax related issues. Because of the complexity of the law and the intimidating nature of the IRS, hiring a tax resolution company with tax attorneys or other professionals who can assist you with the back taxes should be a simple decision.

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Have you been left out of a will or are your receiving less than your fair share? We see examples of this every day.   A common one is when the parents remarry and on the death of your parent, the bulk of their assets are left to the new spouse, with little or nothing left to you, the children from the first marriage. Another common one is when there is one large asset forms the bulk of your parent’s assets, such as a farm, family business or property.

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Many things can go wrong in a split second, even though we try to protect ourselves and maintain our health; but when our health depends on the doctor, and that doctor miscalculates their steps, there is a risk for real damage and injury. If you have been the subject of malpractice, then you might be thinking of suing for negligence. Doctors have a duty of care, they are responsible for their actions and they can be held responsible for them.

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Suing a Solicitor – Personal Injury Claim Home » Solicitors for you » Personal Injury » Suing a Solicitor – Personal Injury Claim If you have previously settled a personal injury claim but have since come to question whether the amount you received is too low, it may be possible to make a claim against your former solicitor. If your claim was settled in the last 6 years for an amount of £10,000 or above, our solicitors can advise you free of charge as to whether you may have a claim.

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DO I SUE MY SOLICITOR OR REPORT HIM TO THE LAW SOCIETY? Many people, who have problems with their solicitor feel that the Law Society could deal with any complaints and this might save them the expense of instructing another solicitor to deal with the matter. The Law Society will look into complaints in relation to misconduct, overcharging and inadequate professional services. In this article I only want to deal with the question of inadequate professional services.

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"My 23 year old brother Leon was left severely brain damaged after suffering a brutal blow to his head in an unprovoked attack on the street. The incident was devastating, and has been life changing for both my brother and our family. Since the attack, Leon has to be constantly cared for by our family and, as a consequence of this, will never be able to work again. Going through any further stress was the last thing we wanted after what had happened, but as we needed to make sure we could provide for Leon in his new circumstance; we instructed solicitors to make a claim through the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

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How to become a Solicitor of England and Wales How to become a Solicitor of England and Wales The QLTT is the conversion Test that enables Indian Lawyers to quality as solicitors in England and Wales. Those lawyers eligible to sit the Test must be qualified in jurisdiction that are recognised by the Law Society of England & Wales (The Law Society). India is a recognised jurisdiction by the Law Society.

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Chris Harris, 27th January 2014 Latest Updates Following the SRA disclosure of the list of uninsured firms the Law Society clarifies the role of the “Find a Solicitor” website. We have highlighted a number of times that many solicitors feel that before they send conveyancing completion funds to the other side they only need to check the Law Society’s Find a Solicitor site. The Law Society have following our piece identifying that closed firms like Hacking Ashton LLP still appeared on the Find a Solicitor site weeks after they have actually closed sought to clarify the position.

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