Monthly Archives: March 2012

Doube Trouble

Nobody likes to pay tax least of all, it seems, those in the best position to do so, whether they be individuals or corporations. Of course, part of the problem is the insatiable demands of governments to spend – and … Continue reading

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The Paper Chase

Generally not used in English law – outside the ecclesiastical courts, at least – the public notary is an unavoidable feature of continental codified legal systems a legacy, perhaps, of letting Napoleon Bonaparte loose on your legal system. In Poland … Continue reading

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