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Legal ethics and regulation are the base principles of suitable conduct in the legal profession. It is the social standards and ethics which administer judges and attorneys. It includes obligations that the individuals owe each other, their customers, and the courts. The regard of customer confidences, realism toward the court, honesty in articula

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Psychoactive substances include drugs and other chemical substances that change the function of the brain and it badly affects the person’s mental health and processes. Using psychoactive drugs results in temporary changes in mood, behaviour, feelings, thoughts, and attitude. These substances can create major problems such as it makes you the hab

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LASPO: The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 was aimed to bring about essential changes in the arrangements for procurement of easy access to justice and civil court case costs. First, in the welfare reforms, the legal aid was introduced in 1949. It was presented as an effort to confirm that justice was accessible to all.

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The naturalisation is not merely an entitlement. It is a part of the law as established in the British Nationality Act 1981. UK naturalisation is basically an opportunity for non-British citizens to become British. Usually, for most of the migrants, the ultimate objective is to be a British citizen so that their permanent settlement could be possib

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Lawyers know better than most that the devil is in the details: One tiny error in a contract can overturn a multimillion-dollar deal. That is why paralegals and lawyers themselves are usually natural proofreaders, as they devote much of their precious time to reading piles of documents with an eye of an eagle.If you ask any proofreaders, they will

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