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GenuineclAss
My neighbours are having work done on a piece of land very near to my property. I have also just been informed that they are going to have a path built across the Common Land at the bottom of my...
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Traci66
I have a friend who is Romanian, she has been living and working in the UK for the last three years, is it true that every three or five years the company has to allow her to take all of her annual...
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foresthill
Our mother has gone into permanent care with dementia, the onset and deterioration was very rapid and unfortunately there was no POA in place. No member of the family wanted to take on the role of...
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Ryaninterwood
Thank you for your responses. I will of course make him be honest when searching for a new insurance company, however he is not due for a renewal of his policy until September so they are cancelling...
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Ryaninterwood
My son is having his insurance cancelled by his insurance company on the 31st of this month due to him not driving safely enough according to his telematics box. My question is, if he cancels his...
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Cloverjo
Are any of our law people here? I would like to ask if it's usual for a simple divorce to take over a year. I say simple because the couple have no money or property and there is no dispute over child...
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christinemar
Mother dies. Will leaves estate to only child. If only child dies before Mother, mothers eldest sister inherits. Will is still being finalised and only child dies intestate. Mother has three siblings....
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sammmo
my daughter has just been awarded personal injuries compensation. Her solicitor says she should open out a personal injuries trust fund. This will cost £600 is she uses her solicitor. My question is...
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nailit
My sons mate has just received a 15 month prison sentence. Bit of background....a fight broke out between my sons mate (and his brother) against 15 Asians. Police turned up (wearing bodycams that were...
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telford67
My wife's dad changed is will on the day he went into Hospital suffering from terminal cancer --his other daughter (my wife's sister ) helped him construct the wording and content .Three weeks later...
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ZebbyUK
My employer has been splitting packs of 5 Creme Eggs and selling them individually and he's also been splitting the dated packs of onions and emptying them in with the loose onions. Are BOTH or EITHER...
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Dcppost
My wife's father died recently leaving a will from 2003 which named my wife and her sister as equal beneficiaries and naming both as executors. My wife's sister's husband is a meddling busybody who...
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Bazile
Can someone living abroad order a Death Certificate for a death registered in the uk - what do they need to do and what information will they need ?...
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2sp_
My estranged brother has left a shed full of "stuff" (mostly junk) at my mother's house. He has not spoken to me in nearly 5 (blissful) years, and has only been in contact with her once in the same...
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wessexmario
A business tenant has a lease that has expired, however the tenant has continued to pay the rent and the landlord accepts it. They verbally agreed to continue the tenancy with all terms remaining 'as...
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woodelf
Hi Woofgang, I've not quite got this replying to an answer quite right yet, so as to your Great Answer to my will question, please could you give a few hints as to how you worded your will, no...
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woodelf
Were I to write my will or have it written for me, would it be legal just to say - I leave everything to.... - or would every little detail, down to the teaspoons have to be written? Ta Muchly...this...
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langara
Hi, can anyone help my neighbour with a legal problem. A few weeks ago when storm Doris passed through our village, the high winds brought down a huge conifer tree situated on a piece of land owned by...
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annieigma
My granddaughter has a second visit to court coming up. i was at the first one, it was a legal aid solicitor, she is accused of pulling her ex partners girlfriends hair, which translates into assault...

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