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Never, ever, I mean do not underestimate the power of addiction. Whether it is your addiction, a family member’s addiction or a friend’s addiction, it is all the same. Some are more self...more
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This article interviews dozens of law firms to find out whether or not the law blogs have been worth the investment of time, energy and money.
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These are lecture notes on the law of nuisance and the rule in Rylands v Fletcher. The document looks at the various forms of nuisance, who can sue, who can be sued, how liability arises, the controversies, the defences...more
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