Law Society Publishing is committed to producing high-quality, practical publications to support your professional practice and to keep you updated on the latest legal developments.
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Understand the latest changes and obligations. Updated to Version 18 (1 November 2016).
Covers all aspects of the law and practice relevant to probate disputes.
Help to implement effective management and planning procedures that are tailored to your firm's needs.
Contains policies, checklists and other instruments to help demonstrate due diligence.
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Updated and expanded, this practical guide covers developments in law and practice since 2011.
A practical guide to making a compensation claim for victims of violent crime.
Includes the latest changes to the Accounts Rules since June 2015 (Versions 15-18 of the SRA Handbook).
Contains over 200 precedents in one affordable volume.
Updated with all significant regulatory changes that have been introduced since December 2014.
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