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The statutory demand procedure and professional tips on how to make it work for you

28th April 2010
Introduction If you issue a statutory demand, you can follow it up 21 days later with a bankruptcy (individual) or winding up (company) petition. There is nothing, but nothing that concentrates someone's mind more than prospective wipe out. Of course, i... Read >
Author: Clark_Taylor

Debt Management - A viable option to write off your debts

25th January 2010
Full and Final Settlement- what does it mean? Full and Final Settlement Offer is the partial payment offer that you can make to your creditor. This means that you convince your creditor to accept a lump sum from you that is less than the total outstand... Read >
Author: patriciaj

Benefits Of Using A Solicitor

19th October 2009
Using a solicitor becomes essential when you have been involved in an accident and have suffered injuries and want to seek compensation. Even though the prospect of using one might be a little daunting, victims don't realise how important and advantageous... Read >
Author: saragray

Memorandum and Articles of Association made simple

19th October 2009
If you are setting up a new limited company, two of the most essential legal documents you'll need are the Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association. It is vital to get the contents of any Memorandum and Articles of Association correct fro... Read >
Author: Clark_Taylor

Leading motoring offence solicitor with success rates of over 90% offers his services.

01st September 2009
For those of us who have penalty points on our licence for speeding, when caught by cameras, the only option many are aware of is to accept the punishment of a fine and the points. This can be particularly difficult if it could mean loss of the licence or... Read >
Author: Alan Reed

Know What To Do When You Meet With An Accident

21st July 2009
It is absolutely impossible to avoid accidents. In spite of taking the best precautionary measures, you are likely to meet with an accident. The major causes of accidents are carelessness, reckless driving and driving under the influence of alcohol. Drivi... Read >
Author: Kirthy

County Court Judgement - What does this Mean?

27th June 2009
The purpose of this article is to explain what a County Court Judgement is, why they are issued and what the potential ramifications of receiving a County Court Judgement are. Since late 2008 and the onset of what is being reported as the country's wo... Read >
Author: Derek Cooper

Difference between solicitor and advocate

17th June 2009
Have you ever marveled where all these somewhat blurring terms came from? Well the answer is they are all types of Lawyers initiated from various legal systems. Some of the footings are from the British legal system; some are from Scotland and some from t... Read >
Author: Lakshmi Rekha

Crimes Committed while sleepwalking

10th June 2009
If you commit a crime while asleep should you be prosecuted just like anyone else would, or does the fact that you were asleep mean you have no responsibilities for your actions? There are numerous occasions when someone has committed a crime while claimi... Read >
Author: amnorge

Buying Land in Victoria Checklist

06th April 2009
Before buying land and especially before you sign any contracts certain things should be seen to. Firstly you need to check the property to make sure there are no potentially costly problems such as rising damp, or plumbing or wiring that needs replacemen... Read >
Author: Mel C

Wrong Amputation?

26th February 2009
Unfortunately a common type of medical negligence claim is for compensation when a wrong limb is amputated. How does this still happen and what action can be taken if you are the victim of a wrong limb or other body part amputation? Types of Wrong Ampu... Read >
Author: Nick Jervis

Suing The NHS

25th February 2009
A five step guide to pursuing a medical negligence claim. Medical negligence is notoriously difficult to prove. Your opinion as a layperson is going to come into direct conflict with the opinions of medical 'experts' and unless you have medical trainin... Read >
Author: Nick Jervis

Abandonment of Rental Property by Tenants - Help for Residential Landlords

08th October 2007
A Landlord's Vanishing TenantThe event of a tenant suddenly disappearing is unfortunately not an uncommon incident for landlords. It will normally occur when a tenant is having financial or personal problems and for many landlords the initial feeling is t... Read >
Author: Propertyhawk

How to Say No to a NICE GUY?

22nd July 2006
The phone is on its fourth ring. It could be your mother, or your best friend. Or it could be him - the man who boxed you into conversation at that party on Friday night. Was he sweet? Certainly. Were you attracted to him? No. So explain this - after you ... Read >
Author: Michael Douglas

FREE Tenancy Agreements

09th September 2005
Are you looking to download a FREE tenancy agreement? Finding a free tenancy agreement that you can download is fairly easy. But what you need to check is exactly what level of protection it would provide you and your tenants with. It is also worth consid... Read >
Author: Jennifer Tweed
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