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“Wisely and slow; they stumble that run fast” William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar These sage words from The Bard resound when it comes to the fine print of agreements of any kind. On how many occasions (following a meeting with say those providing mobile phones, kitchens and holidays at al) are you – at the … Continue reading Agreements
Where one settles a legal dispute with one or more wrongdoers how might one best preserve the right to pursue others who may also be legally responsible? There follows a Glossary of the definitions or concepts to which this Article refers. Glossary: A civil wrong which results in loss or damage: A Tort A … Continue reading Joint Tortfeasors: Elephant Traps beware
“If thou wilt lend this money… lend it rather to thine enemy, who, if he break, thou mayst with better face exact the penalty” Antonio, Merchant of Venice, Act 1 Scene 3 Antonio is the title character in Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice. As an influential and wealthy nobleman, he proffers practical advice: if one is … Continue reading When might interest be payable on a loan?