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[Human Law Ezine] October Issue

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Human Law Ezine - October 2014

Welcome to this month's edition of the Human Law Ezine, please take a look at my latest blog posts:

  • New Intestacy Rules Fail To Address Misery Some Families Face Upon Losing Loved Ones

    As many of you will know, new rules governing the way estates are divided when someone dies without a will have come into play.

    This is relevant for the bulk of people as almost two-thirds of UK adults have not written a will..

    Of those that have written a will, almost a third are out of date..

    Read full post here
     
  • Will Any Political Party Propose A Digital Bill of Rights?
     
    With the 25th anniversary of the founding of the world wide web, there are now calls led by Sir Tim Berners-Lee for a Digital Bill of Rights in the UK.

    I think one of the complaints that people have about our political classes is that they seem out of touch with everyday issues.

    We will see if next year anyone picks up the baton..

    Read full post here

 
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