The name of an organisation of working people that is formed to protect their rights and working conditions.
A term that means the lack of power to act or the lack of authority in a legal matter.
The Land Registry are responsible for the registering the ownership of land and property in England and Wales.
A Landlord is the person or agency that are responsible for land or buildings that are leased to tenants.
The Landlord and Tenant Act allows tenants to seek an extension of their lease or any other act concerning tenancy.
The right of a land- owner to assurance that his/her neighbour’s land will provide support against any slippage, cave-in or landslide.
Converting illegal funds into legal by absorbing it into legal commercial cash flow.
The Law is the system made up of rules and regulations decided by an act of parliament, custom or practice or prohibiting certain action.
Law Lords describes the judges of the House of Lords who are known as the Lords of Appeal in ordinary.
A Lawyer is the legal profession in the UK is divided into two branches, with a different type of lawyer for each. A barrister has the right to represent clients in higher courts whereas a solicitor is restricted to represent their clients in the lower courts.