Questions tagged [solicitor]

While solicitors may refer to any legal practitioner, it has a special meaning in jurisdictions with split legal professions, where solicitors are lawyers who deal exclusively with transactional matters.

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Is it constitutional to go door to door to pass flyers for commercial purposes? (USA)

I pass flyers to help out my parent's store, but I have repeatedly been told that it's illegal and have had the police called on me a good number of times even though I don't give flyers to houses ...
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Conveyancer sent details of different property

While buying our first house I noted that the solicitor we're using for our conveyancing wasn't fantastic, such as sending us a completion bill which didnt take into account the fact that we'd already ...
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Can I use a loan for something other than what I said I'd use it for?

I'd like to purchase some grazing land. I'm half way there with the funds and thought of covering the remaining cost with a loan. This would be a personal loan from a UK bank and not secured against ...
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UK: Public Access Barrister vs Solicitor

The PDF entitled 'Public Access Guidance for Lay Clients' (from the Bar Standards Board) compares and contrasts Public Access Barristers (abbreviated as AB) and Solicitors. Two key differences are the ...