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Republished from the Dictionary of Financial Remedies 2017. This is the first of a set of Practice Notes adapted from the book that is available to paying Hub members. This one is free to view for now as a sample. You can read more about the book and order a print copy at www.classlegal.com/dfr

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Published: 09/08/2016
, and was last reviewed on 05/05/2017

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