A Straightforward Guide to Knowing Your Rights and Using the Courts
A comprehensive guide to the British legal system and the practical use of the courts when contemplating any form of legal action. The book will enable the reader to understand this complex area and to feel confident enough to embark on the process of going to court - in most cases without the use of a solicitor. Overall, this concise book will prove invaluable to all who read it, containing a wealth of information about all areas of the law.
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Understanding the legal system in Great Britain
Using solicitors and barristers the Legal Help Scheme
Resolution of disputes and taking legal action
Using the small claims court
Accidents and compensation
The law and the consumer
Children and adults
Providing financially for children
The law of divorce
The law and landlord and tenant
The police getting arrested police complaints
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