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New on the Hub: Dictionary of Financial Remedies

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New Practice Notes available now adapted from the Dictionary of Financial Remedies

  • Paid members of the Hub can now read a series of Practice Notes adapted from the Dictionary of Financial Remedies.

    The Dictionary, if you do not know it, is a unique A-Z to the key concepts of financial remedy law and practice put together by HHJ Edward Hess, Peter Duckworth and Sally Max. Each entry distills the core legal principles underpinning that topic and provides links to the relevant case law.

    The book is updated each year in January at which point we will update the entries on the Hub.

    The content will be published through August and the first few entries are listed in the links below (you will need to log on as a paid member to access the content)

    To read more about the book and buy a print copy click here.

Published: 11/08/2016

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