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Cartridges Law pledges support for Age UK Exeter

Cartridges Law is pleased to announce that we will be supporting Age UK Exeter with a special fundraising initiative. We have been advocates of the charity over many years and see first-hand the vital work it does for older people. As with many organisations, Age UK...

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Your FAQs answered: Settlement Agreements.

What is a settlement agreement? A settlement agreement (formerly known as a compromise agreement) is commonly used by an employer to seek an employee’s waiver of claim, normally in exchange for financial compensation. They are often used to terminate a contract of...

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Your Personal Injury FAQs answered

Is there a time limit for personal injury compensation after an accident? Yes, there is a time limit of three years. You must begin court proceedings within three years of sustaining your injury, or, if you weren’t aware you had an injury, three years of the date you...

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Visiting our offices and meeting with us.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5l3PrlXYYg&t=1s 04/08/2020 UPDATE: we are now asking clients to wear face coverings in the office in accordance with new government guidelines. If you are unable to wear a face covering please let us know. We are very happy to...

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DIY Wills explained

We are currently facing a global pandemic which has made people think about their family's long term health and financial security - even members of our own team have suddenly thought "oh yes, a will might be a good idea!" Many people are understandably concerned and...

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The Investor’s Checklist

Check your eligibility to invest For certain investments, you will need to establish if you are a High Net Worth Individual, a Sophisticated Investor or a Restricted Investor. It is important you establish your status early on as you will need to identify appropriate...

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The Cartridges Law Guide to Small Claims

What is a small claim? Small claims are defined in the court rules as claims for sums of money of under £10,000.  Every case before the court is allocated to a “track” and each track has different rules.  One of the three tracks is for small claims defined as above...

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