Northern Ireland - A northern jurisdiction apart
The legal system in Northern Ireland differs in many ways from those of its neighbours, writes Rosalie Prytherch
Companies carrying out business in Northern Ireland ignore the uniqueness of our legal system at their peril. It is dangerous to characterise our system here as some sort of hybrid of English and southern Irish law. The similarity is often great, but the devil is in the detail, as with so many things legal.
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