Civil Law

Mandatory vs Indispensable

Mandatory vs Indispensable
Mandatory means something that has been handed down in a mandate or has been commanded. Indispensable means something that is important and cannot be ignored or is necessary. Mandatory is backed by laws or...

Attorney vs Solicitor

Attorney vs Solicitor
Both an attorney and solicitor are types of lawyers. The term attorney tends to refer to a person who tends to act on behalf on someone else, especially in business or legal matters. A solicitor is a person of...

Advocate vs Lawyer

Advocate vs Lawyer
Basically, a lawyer is someone who has studied and trained in law. Lawyer is a basic term that refers to any person who has a law degree. An advocate is a special type of lawyer, who is eligible to stand in...

Stamp Duty vs Franking

Stamp Duty vs Franking
Stamp Duty is a type of tax that is levied on documents, usually legal documents regarding sale of immovable property. Franking, on the other hand, is the process of actually getting the documents stamped to...

DMCA Notice

DMCA Notice
A DMCA Notice is a notice that a person or company can send to another who has been using their copyrighted content without their permission. The notice tells the infringer to take the copyrighted content down...

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