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Entries Labeled: Third parties (Law) (3)

 

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Agency in commerce

Agency in commerce Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > General Edition Details Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Maurice Kay Language: English Jurisdiction(s): England Publication [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Agency (Law), Agency (Law)--Great Britain, Commercial law, England, England and Wales, General, Great Britain, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, London, Maurice Kay, Sweet & Maxwell and Third parties (Law).



Solicitors' duties and liabilities

Solicitors' duties and liabilities Solicitors' duties and liabilities Solicitors' duties and liabilities Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD466 Edition Details Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Roger Billins [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Attorney and client, England, England and Wales, Great Britain, KD466, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Lawyers, Lawyers--Malpractice, Legal ethics, London, Practice of law, Roger Billins, Sweet & Maxwell and Third parties (Law).



The paths to privity: the history of third party beneficiary contracts at English law

The paths to privity: the history of third party beneficiary contracts at English law Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > General and comprehensive works Edition Details Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Vernon V. Palmer [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Contracts, England and Wales, General and comprehensive works, Great Britain, Law enforcement, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Prisons, Third parties (Law) and Vernon V. Palmer.