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British Nationality Act, 1948. II & 12 GEO. 6. CH. 56.

An Act to make provision for British nationality and for citizenship of the United Kingdom and Colonies and for purposes connected with the matters aforesaid.

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Bankruptcy Act, 1914. & 5 GEO. 5. Cii. 59.

CHAPTER 59. An Act to consolidate the Law relating to Bankruptcy. A.D. 1914. [10th August 1914.] B E it enacted by the King’s most Excellent ...

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The A to Z guide to legal phrases

Introduction The language used in law is changing. Many lawyers are now adopting a plain English style. But there are still legal phrases that baffle ...

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What Does Accepted for Value Mean?

Millions of people use the phrase “accepted for value” everyday without knowing what it means and why it is so powerful. You have the right ...

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MITFORD’S AND TYLER’S PLEADINGS AND PRACTICE

MITFORD’S AND TYLER’S PLEADINGS AND PRACTICE IN A TREATISE ON THE PLEADINGS IN SUITS IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY BY ENGLISH BILL.

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The Magna Carta (The Great Charter)

The Original Version of this Text was Rendered into HTML by Jon Roland of the Constitution Society Converted to PDF by Danny Stone as a ...

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The Gold Standard Act 1925

An Act to facilitate the return to a gold standard and for purposes connected therewith. [13th May 1925] Be it enacted by the King’s most ...

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Chancery Guide February 2016 Amended November 2016

Chapter 1 Introduction About the Chancery Division 1A-1 1.1 The Chancery Division is one of the three Divisions of the High Court of Justice. The ...

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Accepted for Value (A4V)

Millions of people use the phrase “accepted for value” everyday without knowing what it means and why it is so powerful. You have the right ...

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Vulnerable Debt

Vulnerability: Rules under the Taking Control of Goods Act 2014 a debtor can be classed as vulnerable under the following: Paragraph 77 says a potentially ...

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