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What If My Employer Doesn’t Give Me a Contract?

If you’re working for someone (which means you are an “employee”), you’ll always have an employment contract with your employer. A contract refers to an agreement where an employee’s rights, responsibilities, and duties along with the employment conditions are mentioned. All these are collectively known as the ‘terms’ of the contract. Even when you don’t …

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What is the Difference Between a Section 8 and a Section 21 Notice?

Are you a landlord seeking possession of your property from the tenant? Getting confused about which notice should you serve to evict him or her? If yes, you must understand the individual merit of a Section 8 notice and a Section 21 notice to avoid unnecessary expenses and delays. We’ve created this post to help …

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Can a Section 8 and Section 21 Notice Be Served at the same time?

While tenancies should end by mutual consent, it doesn’t happen always. Sometimes landlords have to struggle heavily to regain possession of their property and need to seek a court order to evict their tenants. If you are planning to start the eviction process, it is extremely crucial to obtain a clear idea about different types …

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What is the Difference Between a Living Will and a Lasting Power of Attorney?

Thinking and planning about the distant future when you could lose your mental capacity or be in a vegetative state could be extremely disturbing. But doing nothing and simply hoping for the best could put you and your loved ones in a far worse situation. That’s why you need to plan for the future while …

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