This guide to the circumstances in which the law may touch the everyday life of the ordinary person. It includes chapters on setting up a home, children, work, tax, goods and services, neighbours, holidays, countryside and sports, motoring, accidents and death and inheritance. Helpful advice on when it is better not to go to the law is included as well as practical directories of organizations to turn to for help in many situations.
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The 'Daily Telegraph Everyday Law' is a clear, practical and approachable guide to the range of circumstances in which the Law may touch the everyday life of the ordinary person. This second edition has been extensively revised to bring it up to date with important new legislation. It includes chapters on the legal aspects of marriage, divorce and bringing up children; death and inheritance; tenancies; relations with neighbours; the countryside and sport; motoring; goods and services; accidents; and the legal system. In addition, there is a new chapter on house purchase.
• Realistic examples illustrate the individual's position in law in numerous problem situations
• Emphasis on how to avoid getting into difficulties
Aviva Golden is a barrister who works as a legal journalist and law reporter. This work brings her in immediate touch with today's critical legal issues.About the Author:
Aviva Golden is a barrister and author of the ‘Daily Telegraph Everyday Law’.
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Book Description Collins, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 4701429