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consumer rights
Civil Litigation

Consumer Rights on Faulty Goods – 4 basic rights

If you have a problem with consumers rights when you buy goods or services, that you have paid for, you may wish to know what your legal rights are. From faulty or counterfeit goods to poor service and dangerous contractors, as a consumer, you are protected by English law. In this article, we will explore your legal rights and obligations as a consumer.

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CCJ
Civil Litigation

How to Deal with Bailiffs after (CCJ)

You may have watched a popular TV programme in which the High Court’s debt recovery agents, often known as High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEO), serve a writ to either recover the money or for the possession of the personal property, In order to enforce the judgment debt (CCJ). It is a stressful situation when people find HCEO at their doorstep. This article investigates the obligations and legal rights of both the HCEO and judgment debtor.

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Responsibilities
Business Law

Responsibilities of Shareholders in a Company – 4 main points

Shareholders are the ones who provide the finances for the company. The sale of shares by the company to its shareholders is what enables the company to commence and continue in business. The shareholder will receive dividends from the company and benefit from the capital appreciation of the value of his shares.

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Company Shareholders
Business Law

Shareholders| A Complete Guide about Company Shareholding

The shareholders are the owners of the company. They are the ones who buy shares by investing in the company and in return get certain rights. These rights flow from both contract law and statute. The shareholders will own the company in proportion to the number of shares they hold.

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Directors
Business Law

Duties and Responsibilities of Directors

Directors have a lot of duties and responsibilities as agents of the company. They are responsible for the management of the company and are given powers by the company’s articles. They can exercise all the company’s powers. These duties also determine how a director can and cannot act. A breach of these duties will incur liability to the director and action may be taken against him.

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Business Law

Officers Of The Company – Who They Are?

The key persons in the company like the company secretary, the directors and managers of the company and auditors are the ones involved in running the company so, they are known as officers of the company. They have responsibilities and liability for acting on its behalf. The directors are the most important officers of them all.

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Constitution
Bussiness Law

Company Constitution Documents – A Complete Guide

A Company Constitution is a document which governs the management of a company. It includes the company’s articles of association; its certificate of incorporation; its current statement of capital; copies of any court orders and enactments altering the company’s constitution; resolutions affecting the constitution; and agreements involving shareholders which affect the constitution.

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Defences
Bussiness Law

Defences for Copyright Infringement

The law permits various acts to be carried out with copyright works despite the subsistence of copyright. There are several important permitted acts when it comes to copyright. Many of which only apply in very specific circumstances and are of limited relevance.

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Bussiness Law

Copyright Guidelines | What do copyrights mean?

Copyright is a property right given to the creator of a description of work for a specified number of years. They give the right to the creator to stop others from copying the relevant work. It is a single asset that can be assigned partially. Therefore, the things the copyright owner has the exclusive right to do or the period for which the copyright is to subsist. There are two types of copyrights: Classic and Entrepreneurial copyrights. If one cannot find the category in which an item falls in the description of copyrights, the copyright will not subsist in it.

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Shakehand
Bussiness Law

Guarantees – A Complete Guidance

Guarantees are personal security given to creditors by a third person that he agrees to be answerable for the debts of another person (the principal debtor) if he fails to pay or abide the terms of an agreement. The person who provides personal security is often referred to as the Surety or Principal Guarantor and the agreements are generally known as Contracts of Surety.
Many people in the UK provide personal securities but without really knowing the legal implications of doing so. In this article, we will explore the idea of providing personal security to a third party which is generally provided either as a guaranty or indemnity or both.

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