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Child and Family Law Quarterly Submissions
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A Practical Guide
Eoin O'Shea explains the 2010 Bribery Act in detail and provides practical guidance on critical...
Essential training providing the very latest case-law developments, legislative and procedural...
Provides clear and comprehensive guidance on trust litigation
A major addition to the APIL Guides Series of practical handbooks designed specifically to meet...
A Practical Guide
User-friendly, practical and accessible guidance for practitioners, and those running firms....
A comprehensive collection of expertly drafted, time-saving letters for use by all claimant PI...
An essential reference for the busy family lawyer
Explains the role and appointment of a trust protector
This book provides the practitioner with a comprehensive analysis of the law relating to own...