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Latest Articles
06/11/2017 |
Contracting Out Agreements, otherwise known by their widespread American connotation as “pre-nups”, are increasingly popular and are becoming a necessity for parties when entering into a relationship. But too...
31/10/2017 |
When trustees of a family trust decide to sell trust assets, there are a few more hoops to jump through than when it is just an individual selling property. To...
27/10/2017 |
Once you have received the Determination by an Adjudicator in the Building Disputes Tribunal, it is possible to obtain entry of that Determination as a Judgment in the District Court.An...
12/07/2017 |
A letter of demand is a letter sent by a creditor to a person or business that owes that creditor money, when the debtor (the one who owes the money)...
28/06/2017 |
When you start up a new business you may not think that your business name or logo has any great value.You may think that branding is more about larger businesses.But,...

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