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Silence Zones

You and the Law | March 12, 2018
Today, we will look at what the law says about silence zones.
Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
Producer: Anjuii James-Sawyers
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You and the Law | September 16, 2019
Marriage can be described as the joining of two souls in holy matrimony. But it can also mean the joining of two names for a bride or even a groom. Attorney At Law, Tavia Dunn says the name change is not compulsory as it’s completely up to the spouses to decide how they want to proceed in terms of their names.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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You and the Law | September 11, 2019
On today’s edition of You and the Law we look at the new developments at the Legal Aid Council.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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You and the Law | September 10, 2019
When a person dies without a will the proceedings are covered by the Intestates, Estates and Property Charges Act. Attorney at Law Terje Sherman from the Conveyancing and Probate Department of the Law firm Nunes Schoefield Deleon and Co Partners, says this is the act that determines who can make an application on your estate and who is to benefit from your estate.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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You and the Law | September 6, 2019
Writing a will is usually a personal process, however it requires the presence and input of a few people such as witnesses, an executor and possibly a lawyer. Lawyers can write and examine wills on a client’s behalf. Some law firms go the extra mile to store copies of wills for clients. The witnesses are required to sign your will, showing that they indeed saw you giving your last instructions. Next up are the executors. Attorney at Law, Terje Sherman from the Conveyancing and Probate Department of the Law firm Nunes Schoefield Deleon and Co Partners, explains that executors play a crucial part of the will writing process.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
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You and the Law | September 2, 2019
Writing a will is an important step in preparing for life’s many occurences. It can be a simple process, with the most important part being the documentation of your intentions in clear writing. Attorney at Law Terje Sherman from the Conveyancing and Probate Department of the Law firm Nunes Schoefield Deleon and Co Partners, says the first step is thinking about what it is you wish to include in the division of your estate and writing it accordingly.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
Producer: Twila Wheelan
You and the Law | July 31, 2019
Conveyancing is the practice or procedure of having land transferred from one person to another. An instrument of transfer, on the other hand, is a legal document necessary for the transfer of titles and usually involves registered land. With any legal process especially with the instrument of transfer, there are peculiarities that may arise resulting in the delay or complete prevention of the land being registered. One such peculiarity exists when there is an instance of a one holding covenant.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
Producer: Twila Wheelan