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Breaking Law is written by a former judge. It’s a unique, inside guide to the law which is irreverent, entertaining and bulges with advice on what the law can do for you in countless situations.
So whether you have been overcharged at a supermarket, overlooked in a relative’s will, sold duff goods, sued for repossession by mortgage lender or landlord or threatened to be left penniless after a divorce, you can find help here.
You’ll discover rights you never knew existed, how to avoid getting involved in a court case in the first place and how to cope with proceedings should they be started, whether you are bringing them or defending them.
Template letters and court documents are all included. For example, if you want to protect yourself before setting up home or marrying your partner, cohabitation and pre-nuptial agreements are at your service. There’s even a template agreement on what happens to the pets should the relationship break down.
And to keep it lively, the author also takes you through some of his own legal tussles so you can get a glimpse of his own inimitable style when pursuing and protecting his rights and those of his clients (the Krays included!)
The book is for you if you are forced to go it alone without a lawyer but should you need representation, you can find out how to get it before handing over any money.
All of which means that, if you thought there was no way you would ever be able to get your case through court, this book may prove you wrong.