All the Law You Should Know
A comprehensive overview of essential aspects of the law, very much intended for the layperson who wishes to enhance his or her knowledge of the law. The primary aim of the book is to ensure that the layperson is equipped with at least a working knowledge of the law when faced with a potential legal problem or when accident or injury has occurred. Readers will find it very informative, if not invaluable as a reference work providing answers across a wide range of basic legal questions.
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Understanding the legal system in Great Britain
Using solicitors and barristers the Legal Help Scheme
Using the small claims court
Accidents and compensation
The law and the consumer
Children and adults
The law and divorce
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