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Bailment When physical possession of property is transferred from one party (referred to as the Bailor) to another person (known as the Bailee) the legal term used to describe this…

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Anticipatory Breach of Contract When we enter into a contract, perhaps to acquire goods or maybe even services, there may be occasions when a person who has entered into a…

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Family Law Welfare Principle The Children’s Act 1989 provides a number of guidelines that relate to the upbringing of a child or the administration of their property under family law…

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School Absence The law states that all children of school age (between 5 and 16 years) must receive a consistent and suitable education either through regularly attending school or receiving…

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Surrogacy and the Law Surrogacy involves a number of different scenarios and it is a term used to describe when a woman agrees to carry and have a baby for…

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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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