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Reply #180 - Mar 4th, 2011 at 5:56pm
 
Can you please add our site to your page:

URL: www.searchpriorart.com
Title: Japanese Patent and Non-patent Literature Search
Contents: Offer prior art search services focusing on Japanese patent and non-patent literature searches.

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Reply #181 - Mar 4th, 2011 at 5:59pm
 
Can you please add our site to your page:

URL: www.searchpriorart.com
Title: Japanese Patent and Non-patent Literature Search
Contents: Offer prior art search services focusing on Japanese patent and non-patent literature searches.

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Reply #182 - Mar 9th, 2011 at 3:53pm
 
would it be possible to add our latest website: http://www.my-wills-only.co.uk is a new online system created by solicitors which allows anyone to make a will quickly and cheaply.
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Reply #183 - Mar 30th, 2011 at 9:53pm
 
could you please add my firm
Fraser Brooks & Company, WS
45 Frederick Street, Edinburgh
EH2 1ES
0131 225 6226
0131 220 0 651 (fax)
fraserbrooks@btconnect.com
a website is in contsruction
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Reply #184 - Apr 12th, 2011 at 4:21pm
 
Hi can you add Watermans Solicitors based in Edinburgh to your site
www.watermans.ws

many thanks
Watermans
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Reply #185 - Apr 20th, 2011 at 11:54am
 
please can you add the following factoring advice website to the directory.

The UK Factoring & Invoice Discounting Helpline
http://www.factoringhelpline.co.uk

A leading finance brokerage specialising in factoring and invoice discounting to Scottish businesses. The service gives information on how factoring and invoice discounting work, the advantages and disadvantages, different types of factoring and invoice discounting, the cost, and how to choose a factor or discounter.


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Reply #186 - Apr 27th, 2011 at 5:12pm
 
Please can you add the following IVA
and trust deed advice website to the directory.

The UK Insolvency Helpline
http://www.insolvencyhelpline.co.uk

The service has a team of staff that advice Scottish customers on Trust Deeds. The Protected Trust Deed is offered only in Scotland as is similar to the IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement).

It is a legally governed procedure by which you can repay your debt over a specified period of time. Monthly payments are based on what you can afford and after the period of your Protected Trust Deed, any remaining debt is written off.
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Reply #187 - May 4th, 2011 at 4:17pm
 
Hello.

Would you consider adding this page and it's Trust Deed resources to your listings please? I hope that your users will find the information useful.
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Reply #188 - May 9th, 2011 at 2:42pm
 
Hello,

Please post www.kwpeter.co.uk, which is the website for K. W. Peter & Co. We are a firm of Chartered and European Patent Attorneys.

Thank you!


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Reply #189 - May 20th, 2011 at 1:14pm
 
I would like to add my websit http://www.xlme.co.uk . I supply clothing for bigger men, in sizes 2xl to 8xl.  Wink
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Reply #190 - May 25th, 2011 at 12:42pm
 
I would like to add the following business to your directory:

Watermans Solicitors
http://www.watermans.ws
Watermans is Scotland's leading personal injury firm, securing millions of pounds in compensation claims every year.
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Reply #191 - Jun 8th, 2011 at 7:32am
 
Hi!

I've visited your site
http://www.scottishlaw.org.uk/scotlaw/usedictionaries.html
and I find it very useful.
Also I saw there some interesting links.

I want to suggest you a few more links

http://www.encyclopedia.com/
http://www.visualthesaurus.com/
http://www.thesaurus.net/

These are different dictionaries. Hope they can help you.

If you find them useful, maybe you should add them to your list.

Regards, Bruce.
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Reply #192 - Jun 16th, 2011 at 12:36pm
 
Can you add: www.courtmansoft.co.uk to your "Practical Resources > Software for Lawyers" directory. Our software is specifically for Scottish Civil Litigators.

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Reply #193 - Jun 25th, 2011 at 11:02pm
 
Hiya, I'm in desperate need to find a solicitor to take my case on a legal aid basis which is currently sitting in the Court of Session in Edinburgh. I have raised a Cohabitation rights claim and though my plea in law was not sustained in the Sheriff court I have lodged grounds of appeal on inadmissible evidence being used which of course then formed the judge to base his decision on that evidence being led. My late partner of 17 years died suddlenly without leaving a will and his parents have put claim to the property and locked me out, in a manner of speaking. I would appreciate if anyone would be willing to help me I have approached a few solicitors but no one is willing to take my case on a legal aid basis. Any help and advice would be appreciated as I feel my appeal is about to be disregarded as it is now deemed 'abandoned' as I did not get my appeal prints in on time though I had lodged a motion to sist on medical grounds which was refused and therefore the procedural timetable was not stopped and I ran out of time to lodge the prints.  I have now been informed that I can lodge a motion to repone against the 'deemed abandonment' and along with the appeal prints on 27/06/2011 but I'm not confident that this will be granted, i'm now not sure what I should now do with this case and wonder if I could now at this stage take the case to the supreme court in London. :'( Someone please help me for not only have I lost my life sole mate am now about to lose the case too.
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Re: Request to Add a Site to Scottish Law Online
Reply #194 - Jun 26th, 2011 at 9:12am
 
One of the problems is that the rules about admissibility of evidence are different in civil cases and criminal cases. In a criminal case the rules are very strict if evidence is tainted whereas in civil cases often the court will admit evidence even if e.g. illegally obtained if it is relevant to the issue in the case. The first pont therefore is on what basis is the evidence inadmissible? It may be that the solicitors who have looked at the case are of the view that it will not succeed.
As for getting a lawyer on legal aid you can ask the Law Society as they will have a list of solicitors who undertake this kind of work.
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