Some Benefits And Drawbacks Of No Win No Fee Agreements
22 January 2015
Although relatively new in countries such as the Untied Kingdom, the idea of being able to hire a legal representative on a no win no fee basis is already established in places such as Australia, or the US. As the term 'no win no fee' suggests, there is no risk for the client, as this risk is undertaken by the solicitor. In cases where a solicitor takes on, and loses, an agreed no win no fee case with a client, the solicitor is liable for any losses.
Why You Should Never Convey Property Without Consulting With a Solicitor
19 January 2015
When you convey property or receive this property, you want to ensure you're doing this legally and that you understand the entire process. While it's easy to think you can use a template of a conveyancing agreement you find online and follow instructions you find at a website, there are reasons to consider always consulting with a solicitor first before you start this process. Note the following.
1. Surveys should be done before receiving any land
Animal Law: Is Tail Docking Dogs Legal?
8 January 2015
Tail docking is a cosmetic procedure performed usually when the puppies are merely 2 to 5 days old. This procedure is performed by using a pair of scissors to snip off the tail or by occluding the blood supply to the tail with a tight rubber band, causing the tail to drop off. Dogs that are in the Terrier and Spaniel families tend to have their tails docked for cosmetic reasons. If you are getting a dog and have been wondering whether tail docking is legal or not, this article will point you in the right direction.