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How Long Do I Have To Make A Claim Following An Accident At Work?

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Although employers have a duty to provide its employees with a safe working environment, accidents at work occur more often than you think. Whether you work in an office, a factory, a shop or outdoors, there are various statutory regulations to ensure the standard of health and safety is maintained. If your employer fails to meet their statutory and general duties, resulting in you suffering from an accident at work, you will be entitled to claim compensation.

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Handy Hints For Selling Your Home

Selling your home can be confusing especially if you have never sold a property before or don’t have any legal knowledge. Below we have outlined some handy information about the selling process as well as definitions of some legal terms and contracts involved with selling your home.

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Famous Divorce Settlements Throughout History

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For most of us the arguments voiced during divorce proceedings centre around children and the division of property such as the family car and home. Increasingly however, a number of those in the business world, whose wealth staggeringly ranges from the multi-millions to the multi-billions, concerns are unsurprisingly mired in the money.

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Property Law: What is a missive?

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Buying or selling a home is a big decision that should not be taken lightly. The whole process can be a bit daunting and depending on the individual case, can be quite complex. Additionally, the system in Scotland differs from that used in England in Wales making it especially difficult to grasp when buying across borders.

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Adoption Process – Looking at Adopting from Abroad

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The Adoption Process:

Adoption is the formal legal process whereby all rights and responsibilities of a child are transferred onto an adoptive set of parents permanently. Adoption can only occur in respect of a child under the age of 18 years old who has never been married or entered into a civil partnership before. This transference results in a child becoming a full, permanent and legal member of their new adoptive family.

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