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What Is Confidentiality In English Law;Why Is Confidentiality Important?

What Is Confidentiality In English Law;Why Is Confidentiality Important?

Confidentiality  law recognizes that in the interests of justice there are occasions when certain communications, written or oral, should be regarded as confidential and therefore privileged from the requirement of being given in evidence in court proceedings. Communications between husband and wife are always privileged. Communications made in self- protection are …

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What Is Roman law;What Does It Do?

Roman Law By 1000 A.D. the Western Roman Empire had been gone six hundred years, but people in Western Europe still walked on roads that dated from Augustus Caesar’s time—the first century A.D. The ruins of Roman cities, Roman harbors, and Roman churches dotted the landscape. The well-educated merchant—and his …

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What Is The Concept of Trust Law In Legal Entity?

Trust Law is a legal relationship in which one person transfers property to a second person for the benefit of a third person. The person creating the trust is called the grantor, trustor, or settlor. The person or entity having legal title to the trust property is the trustee, and …

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What Is The Concept of Probate In Law?

What Is The Concept of Probate In Law?

Probate is the legal process by which property and property rights are transferred from a decedent to others. For many years, the probate system has been dominated and controlled by lawyers and judges. The probate statutes, laws, and procedures have become outdated and out of step with the reality of our …

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3 Types of Tenancy Agreements You Must Know

3 Types of Tenancy Agreements You Must Know

Types of Tenancy Agreements are being discussed here. These are the agreements which are directly related to tenants & residents and agents, managers & owners. Joint Tenancy, with Right Of Survivor-ship (‘TWROS). An estate in joint tenancy is one held by two or more persons jointly, with equal rights to share …

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