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Accepting a Contract We enter into and accepting a contract all the time, when buying something such as a car, taking out a credit agreement or signing up to a…

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2009¬†Welfare Reform There are quite specific pieces of guidance in the 2009 Welfare Reform legislation which outline what is meant by parental responsibility. Section 4 of the Children Act 1989…

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No Fault Divorce Divorce can be a long, challenging and emotionally charged process. As a result, much needed change is taking place to implement no fault divorce, limit blame and…

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School Admission Process Children between the age of 5 and 16 in England are entitled to a free place at a state school and although parents can choose which school…

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Surrogate Parents Throughout the world there are countless couples who are struggling to conceive. Using surrogate parents is sometimes a viable option for those who wish to raise a family….

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Special Guardianship Orders When the Children Act 1989 was amended through the Adoption and Children Act 2002, a series of new provisions were introduced. One of these included a Special…

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Child Maintenance Travel Disqualification The issue of child maintenance can be a contentious area. When a relationship breaks down and parents go their separate ways, a number of disputes may…

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Child Abduction: Prevention Child abduction can be either a criminal or a civil offence depending on the specific circumstances of each case. Child Abduction in Criminal Law Under Section 1(1)…

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Regulation of the Advertising Industry Advertising is one of the most effective ways to promote products and services. However, in the UK businesses must be very careful about what and…

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Lost Luggage: Your Rights When you purchase a flight, there are certain rules and regulations that exist between the airline and you as the consumer for lost luggage. As a…

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