Legal Aid Society – What It Is

This organization offers low-cost or free legal services to residents who have low income. The cases legal aid society handles and the guidelines for qualifying for any legal services differ by jurisdiction. The funding for this organization can come from national, regional, or local services. Legal aid society is usually a not-for-profit organization. The organization… Continue reading Legal Aid Society – What It Is

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Probate Law 101

Probate law is a legal process that no one ever wants to deal with. When someone who has a valid will passes away an administrative process goes into effect which determines how the individual’s property and belongings (termed their estate) will be handled. The process of this is great to know as both the person… Continue reading Probate Law 101

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Understanding UK Average Weight Legislation

Keep it legal: complying with Weights and Measures (Packaged Goods) Regulations 2006 Any business that produces pre-packaged goods or materials can opt to establish an average weight system, involving use of suitable scale equipment, capable of accurately weighing and/or recording measurements in line with the latest requirements. Ways of packing your products There are fundamentally… Continue reading Understanding UK Average Weight Legislation

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Frequently Asked Questions About House Arrest

House arrest is a court-ordered, officer-supervised penalty that is sentenced to certain offenders in lieu of jail time. When sentenced to such penalty, a person must remain within the set boundaries of their home at all times, but may be given limited travel privileges for work, school, or doctor’s appointments. Both adults and minors can… Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions About House Arrest

My Thoughts on National Court of Appeal – Indian Judiciary

National Court of Appeal Mainstream regularization won’t be worthy as it would only result to stubborn disobedience. The very right to fight for justice these days is for the poor only when you have Supreme Court taking it up. Violence based on theoretical interference can only force unobstructed structural violence. The Supreme Court’s occupational capacity… Continue reading My Thoughts on National Court of Appeal – Indian Judiciary

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