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We're keeping the coronavirus situation under review and will provide regularly updated advice and sources of information for our members.
The SRA is reviewing civil and criminal advocacy standards and regulation. This page explains our view and what we're doing to support members.
We're working with the MoJ and HMCTS on how the COVID-19 restrictions affect courts.
An overview of the government's planned changes to the personal injury claims process.
I've been asked to administer a joint statutory declaration by a husband and wife in respect of lost deeds to their jointly owned, unregistered property. Is a joint declaration permitted and, if so, should I charge one or two administration fees?
This page explains how the transition period in the UK-EU relationship from 1 February will affect various areas of law.
Those thinking about tying the knot this Valentine's should consider the legalities when planning their big day.
Earlier today, a member of the public came into the office and asked me to administer an oath. The deponent has returned to the office requesting that two very minor alterations be made to the sworn affidavit. Can I comply with the deponent's request?
I have been asked to administer an oath where the deponent is a child. Am I able to do this and, if so, is there a special form of oath to be used?
We've responded to the independent review of the Damages-Based Agreements Regulation 2013.
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