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Real Estate Law

What happens if lessees can not find the freeholder?

03rd May 2011
If one owns a leasehold residential apartment in England or Wales one may well want to contact your freeholder (referred to as a ‘landlord’ legally) for a whole variety of reasons. Possibly lessees would like to extend the period of your lease, maybe less...
Author: Leasehold Advice
Immigration Law

Canadian Immigration for Families

23rd March 2011
If you're migrating to Canada there are many reasons you might be doing so – it could be that you are moving in order to enjoy the weather and climate, to leave your old life behind and to try something new. It could be that you are moving in order to re...
Author: jaimegardner05

UK Divorce Law - Getting Divorced In England And Wales

15th February 2011
Throughout England, the specific process for obtaining a divorce is actually rather straightforward. However, what normally complicates cases of divorce and may make them problematic as well as time-consuming, are the many matters that must be sorted out,...
Author: Solicitor Net
Immigration Law

Submiting an application to the Immigration Authorities in the UK

18th June 2010
Over the past few weeks I have been receiving an increased amount of questions regarding the New UK Govt and how the coalition will act towards immigration of foreign nationals into the UK. Although nothing official has been published yet the UK GOVT has ...
Author: jonnylips

Why Plead Guilty if You Are Innocent

29th September 2008
Recently a curious phenomenon has risen to the attention of the American public. Why do people plead guilty to crimes then profess their innocence? Or, to put it another way, why would someone plead guilty to a crime they did not commit? Several banker...
Author: Geoff Mousseau