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General Power of Attorney

16th January 2012
General Power of Attorney The General Power of Attorney is a document that will appoint an attorney to act on your behalf regarding general activities such as personal and/or financial matters. Use of the Term There are significant diffe... Read >
Author: Herry Taylor

What Is Importance Of Letter Head Within the Enterprise?

18th January 2011
A letterhead is the heading at the top of a sheet of letter paper. It typically consists of a name and an address, along with a logo or corporate design, and occasionally a background. Letterhead may also refer to a piece of letter paper imprinted with su... Read >
Author: Michael Navarini

Distribution agreements – benefits and risks

14th June 2010
A distribution agreement is a legally binding contract and regulates the commercial terms between a supplier of goods and a distributor of goods. The supplier of the goods supplies the goods to the distributor for resale in specified territory  The suppl... Read >
Author: Clark_Taylor

CRB Clearance- A Complete Guide to Your Safety

04th January 2010
What is CRB? CRB or Criminal Record Bureau is a government run body present in England. CRB provides wider access to the detailed criminal records of England and Wales. This is done through the disclosure services. Scotland and Ireland have equivalent ... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

Wills Online - Are They Safe?

05th October 2009
In the last ten years, the number and variety of sites that allow users to write a will online has expanded massively. As people become more confident in using computers and more trusting in websites generally, the range of legal services that can be purc... Read >
Author: Wills

Retired Police – What to do next

02nd September 2009
In the UK it is standard practice for police to work for 30 years, after which they are eligible for a full police pension. In England and Wales alone there are over 142,000 police officers and given that many would have started their journey in the polic... Read >
Author: Mike Palmer

How to Make Your Civil Wedding Ceremony a Memorable Occasion

27th March 2009
It is becoming increasingly popular for couples looking to marry to opt for a civil ceremony as opposed to a church wedding. There are many reasons why, including; wanting to make their day individual and creative, not being religious, or simply to save m... Read >
Author: Bian Salins
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