Attorneys appointed to act together and independently When attorneys are appointed in this way, it means that the signature or action of one attorney is as valid as if they were the only attorney. It also means that the power of attorney will continue in force if anything happens to one of the attorneys. Attorneys appointed to act together – this means they must always act together.
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- Studying a non-law subject for your degree means you’ll need to factor in the time it takes to study for a law conversion course and/or an SQE preparation course, both of which can extend the training period.