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APIL Model Pleadings and Applications

PI and Civil Litigation Law

APIL Model Pleadings and Applications

Provides a comprehensive, time-saving collection of pleadings and applications

Charity Accounts

Charity Law

Charity Accounts

A Practitioner's Guide to the Charities SORP

The definitive professional guide to annual financial reporting

Agricultural Precedents Handbook

Construction, Housing and Property Law

Agricultural Precedents Handbook

A collection of time-saving and reliable precedents with helpful commentary

Care Proceedings and Learning Disabled Parents

Family Law

Care Proceedings and Learning Disabled Parents

A Handbook for Family Lawyers

A handbook for all those involved in care proceedings where one or both of the parents is...

Child Protection Proceedings

Family Law

Child Protection Proceedings

Care and Adoption Orders

A comprehensive account of the law and practice governing public law child protection proceedings

Settlement of Individual Employment Disputes

Employment Law

Settlement of Individual Employment Disputes

A practitioner's guide to settling employment disputes arising between employers and senior...

Party Walls

Construction, Housing and Property Law

Party Walls

Law and Practice

An authoritative explanation of the law regulating the building, maintenance and repair of party...

Drafting Employment Documents for Expatriates

Employment Law

Drafting Employment Documents for Expatriates

Examines how employment documents can be used to help manage home and host country immigration,...

Education Law Handbook

Education Law

Education Law Handbook

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Company Voluntary Arrangements and Administrations

Insolvency Law

Company Voluntary Arrangements and Administrations

Detailed explanation of the advantages and disadvantages of CVAs