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Could some please explain what the following means in my dads UK will

It means that any property that is left over after, all other distributions called for in the will have been made, go into the THE [name of trust] FAMILY PROBATE TRUST.
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Why doesn't UK's Equality and Human Rights Commission accept complaints from public, when Canadian and provincial Human Rights Commissions do?

Why this inconsistency ? Because different countries/jurisdiction have different laws. Canadian Parliament and provincial legislative assemblies can do whatever they want within the Canadian ...
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Dual Criminality for weapons?

Canada and most other jurisdictions internationally have opted to implement the double criminality principle through the conduct-based approach that asks whether the conduct in the foreign ...
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Dual Criminality for weapons?

Extradition would not be allowed since this violates the principle of dual criminality. Pepper spray is not a firearm.
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Redundancy due to Organisational Restructure

Is this kind of settlement agreement a redundancy? No. Formally speaking, ending employment with a settlement agreement is not a redundancy. In this context the settlement agreement is a contract ...
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What is theft when not permanent

united-states One term for this is criminal conversion Criminal conversion is a crime, limited to parts of common law systems outside England and Wales, of exerting unauthorized use or control of ...
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What is theft when not permanent

The Theft Act 1968 elaborates on the permanent-deprivation element as follows: A person appropriating property belonging to another without meaning the other permanently to lose the thing itself is ...
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What is theft when not permanent

What is theft when not permanent? Theft new-south-wales 118 Intent to return property no defence Where, on the trial of a person for larceny, it appears that the accused appropriated the property ...
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Is this protest group committing a crime by moving food into a shop's donations bin?

Under common law principles, this may not constitute a theft because the suspects are not carrying the products "away" from the owner's premises. But this does seem to be a theft under the ...
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What if any is the difference between advertising a product and advertising a business?

You need to look at SCHEDULE 1, PART 1 which basically says it is business if you make a profit. PART 1 Business test The circumstances which a local authority must take into account in determining ...
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Will I be given chance to research and call my own solicitor/lawyer after being arrested

england-and-wales Will I be given chance to ... call my own solicitor/lawyer after being arrested [and in custody]? Yes (in essence). You should be given a Notice of rights and entitlements: a ...
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Will I be given chance to research and call my own solicitor/lawyer after being arrested

Say I am arrested tomorrow for a serious criminal offense which I did not commit. It would be a complete surprise to me united-states In the normal course of events, the police will not interview you ...
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Will I be given chance to research and call my own solicitor/lawyer after being arrested

Your rights after arrest news-south-wales you have the right to be informed of the reason for your arrest, the right to remain silent, the right to refuse a police interview, the right to communicate ...
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Will I be given chance to research and call my own solicitor/lawyer after being arrested

will the police provide some resources/time to research a solicitor? Probably not, because they think you did it. They will provide the duty solicitor and allow you to make one phone call. The duty ...
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The reasonableness in UK stalking laws

The offence of stalking is found in the Protection From Harassment Act 1997. There are separate offences for "ordinary" stalking and stalking involving fear of violence / serious alarm / ...
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