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Thursday, May 31, 2012

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Personal Injury Lawyer Sydney

I think this is, like you said, for the protection of consumers. This does not in any way mean though that non-lawyers are less capable than the lawyers, they just do not hold the same title and certification.

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Law people have the proper academis certificates, which allow them to deal with legal matters in front of the administrations. They act as representatives, since law and order must be maintained.

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