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Personal Injury

On Personal Injury Law and Litigation

04th October 2011
Oftentimes, a personal injury has a dramatic and life-changing effect not only to those injured, but also to those close to the victim. Personal injury, in legal parlance, is referred to as a type of tort suit that arises when a person is injured—includin...
Author: ethanrehman
Real Estate Law

What is the definition of leasehold in the residential flat sector?

19th July 2011
Considerable confusion is evident amongst flat owners in England and Wales (the law in Scotland is a little different) concerning the definite meaning of leasehold whilst referring to their apartment or flat. You might see flats advertised sometimes as ha...
Author: Leasehold Advice
Lemon Law

Automobile Lemon Laws A Implies To Protect Customer Rights

14th March 2011
You have most likely heard of auto lemon laws ahead of, but do you really understand the implications of these laws? As a client, you ought to, due to the fact the car lemon laws will serve you in circumstances exactly where you conclude up unintentionall...
Author: worminto65
Copyright & Trademark


18th March 2010
COPYRIGHT is one of the laws covered by the umbrella term intellectual property. It is a set of exclusive rights regulating the use of a particular expression of an idea or information. In common parlance, it can be referred to as "the right to copy&...
Author: Dr. Javed Hasan

The Dowry Prohibition Act: A Retrospective Study

15th April 2009
The Dowry Prohibition Act: A Retrospective Study 'Dowry' is a compendium term. A dowry, in common parlance, refers to a gift of money or valuables given by the bride's family to the groom and the newly formed household at the time of their marriage. Th...
Author: Vishal Saini