|Hey Alec, have you ever wondered about the rule of law in government?
|Absolutely, Cam. The rule of law refers to a principle of governance in which all persons, institutions, and entities, public and private, including the state itself, are accountable to laws that are publicly promulgated, equally enforced, and independently adjudicated.
|That’s interesting. I wonder if an advocate can open a law firm.
|Yes, in many jurisdictions, a qualified advocate can open a law firm and provide legal expertise and guidance to clients.
|What about graffiti laws? Do you think it should be legal?
|That’s a tough one, Cam. While graffiti can be seen as an art form, it also raises questions about property rights and vandalism. It’s a topic that requires careful consideration of legalities and implications.
|Have you ever come across the concept of a lien in UK law?
|Yes, a lien is a legal right that allows a party to retain possession of a specific property until a debt owed by the owner of the property is discharged.
|What about court orders? Do you have any insights on that?
|Court orders are legal directives issued by a judge or court that require a party to perform a specific act, refrain from doing a particular act, or provide evidence in a legal proceeding.