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Blogging, General, Law / 12.01.2019

When people find themselves in a situation where to have to reach out for legal support, they will often find that they have no idea where to start. Furthermore, people may already be feeling a great amount of stress and anxiety and so the task of finding a professional to work with can sometimes feel like it is just too much. The good news is that people will often be able to reduce these negative feelings when they do eventually find support. In the meantime, is important that people...

General, Law / 10.01.2019

Whether you’re confused about the difference between a conveyancer in Campbelltown and a solicitor or simply want to know more about what the two professionals actually do, this article will help. Both a conveyancer in Campbelltown and a solicitor are responsible for transferring legal property titles from one owner to the next and completing any legal work necessary in the buying and selling of property.   The difference between a conveyancer in Campbelltown and a solicitor Up until 1992, real property transfer work was done solely by solicitors. After the passing of...

Family, Family Law, General, Law / 17.10.2018

In this day and age, it is not uncommon to see married couples end their relationship and these numbers are only on the rise. While there is nothing necessarily wrong with this, there are certainly some legal implications that come along with ending a relationship and there can be some negative outcomes for those who are not educated on this topic. The trouble is often that people won’t think about what they will do when they separate because they never plan to separate. As this is the case,...

Criminal, Criminal Law, General / 17.10.2018

  You sit and nervously wait. ‘All rise’ the stern voice of the court bailiff booms and your stomach drops into your toes. You watch as the judge enters the court room and takes his seat. Facing a judge can be a daunting experience to say the least. Apart from knowing all of your rights you also need to use the right language. One wrong word could implicate you. That is why criminal lawyers Melbourne are important professionals that you should really consider using. They have qualified attorneys with many...

Criminal Law, General, Law / 26.09.2018

Ever heard of the ‘CSI effect’? Where in shows like CSI and Criminal Minds forensic evidence like blood and fingerprints are collected, analyzed and used to aid police in tracking down and prosecuting the right culprits, all in a day - or an episode.   But has this given us unrealistic expectations about using forensic evidence IRL? We’ve talked to some of Sydney’s leading criminal defence lawyers to see what they say about this...

Default, Family, Family Law, General, Law / 21.09.2018

  Clients who have entrusted themselves to family lawyers Sydney have the right to ensure that their legal representative is working in their best interests.   Failure to do so would be grounds for firing, paving the way for a new solicitor from a different firm to take the reigns of a case forward.   To reach this significant juncture, a client must understand what types of behaviour would lead to a scenario that constitutes legal malpractice, a term that speaks to wrongdoing and negligence that is either improper or illegal.   If this example...

Contract law / 17.08.2018

Contract act came into force in the year 1872.  Contract act is followed all throughout India except Jammu and Kashmir. Contract act comes under the business law and is followed when two parties, a buyer and a seller enters into a contract with each other. Every company engages in selling or buying commodities. When a buyer and a seller agrees to buy or sell an asset, they sign a contract that is enforceable under the law. The person who makes the offer is called the promisor. The person...

Business laws / 17.08.2018

Business laws lay down guidelines on how business should be run. Business laws are encouraged to carry out business in the most ethical way. These rules or regulations are applicable in commerce, merchandising, trade and sales. This includes all the laws that are followed when a business is started, when they involve in transactions, when they buy or sell any business and when a firm goes into dissolution. There include separate laws for corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. In India, the contract law was passed in the...

Criminal Law / 17.08.2018

To understand criminal law might seem quite simple, but many things add to this important type of legislation. Reading the word ‘criminal' out loud, the first thing that comes to mind is a crime and the laws that manage it in a city, state, and overall, a country. Criminal law is thus the area within the law, which includes all prohibited conduct in society. It involves the process where leaders oversee the maintenance of a country's safety, to ban the actions that allow for crimes to be present or increased...

Family / 07.06.2018

Getting an estate planning lawyer on your side is an important part of managing your affairs after death. The legal protections offered by an expertly crafted estate plan are crucial to making sure that your wishes are followed after your eventual death. However life changes faster than we think and the circumstances under which an estate plan was originally created change with it. This is why it’s prudent to keep in regular contact with an estate planner so that you can make sure you and your estate plan are...