Have you bought a second hand car? Have you been misled? The Misrepresentation Act 1967 may protect you

When buying a second-hand car, it can be difficult to validate the details given by a second-hand car seller. However, it is important the information is not misleading. As a second-hand car buyer, the Misrepresentation Act 1967 may help you …

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Can I inherit if I am not on the Will? Is my Will Valid? Contact our Will and Probate Lawyers

 I want to leave all estate to charities! Our Will and Probate lawyers or Will and Probate barristers will be able to offer advice.  Much like a solicitor, a Will and Probate barrister will be able to walk you through …

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Magistrates Court, Criminal only?

Magistrates (Criminal) The magistrates is primarily for criminal matters. Crimes are generally under three categories: Summary Indictable Triable either way (Offences) Summary offences are trialled in a Magistrates courts. Other crimes even though they are not summary offences are still …

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How to Appeal to the Crown Court against conviction and / or sentence from the Magistrates’ Court for a motoring offence

Right of Appeal All Defendants have an automatic right of appeal to the Crown Court, if they pleaded ‘Not Guilty’ against conviction and / or sentence, and if they pleaded ‘Guilty’ against sentence only. There is a time limit of …

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