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The convention of London was basically a treated signed by Great powers such as the United Kingdom, Prussia, Austria, Russia, France and the Ottoman Empire on 15th July 1840 and brought about the key concepts of property and conveyancing law. The basic purpose of this treaty was to maintain the balance of power in Europe. On the other hand, when th

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Contracts often involve a solid agreement between two parties, with both parties having a common ground or consensus wherein they have both signed and sealed a particular deal. Sometimes these contracts can be done by two or more parties who are away From each other, they may be living in different countries, state, or metropolis. Distance contract

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Domain names are addresses that direct internet users to a particular website. It is the website name, it helps to find or identify computers users on the internet, it usually consists of strings of letters of number in combination or just words, it usually ends with extensions such as; .com, .in, .net and the likes of these. A domain name must

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Generally, the right of an audience is a term or concept used to describe whether a person has the rights to conduct a legal case or proceedings on behalf of another person. These rights are available to barristers in every type of court while solicitors exercise this right in the magistrate and lower courts. If a person does not have the highe

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The AML guidance is basic rules and regulations stipulated to guide and control legal practitioners when it comes to the issue of handling money and every other financial involvement. These guidelines apply across all legal sectors: a sole practitioner, an authorised entity, an independent legal professional business, a solicitor, and a law fir

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