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Need to brush up on your legal terminology? Here we have created a full glossary of the legal terms you’re likely to come across during the process of working with us.

# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
There are currently 7 legal terms in this directory beginning with the letter R.
Reasonable provision
A concept relating to the Inheritance Act 1975 that determines whether or not certain individuals have been adequately provided for by an estate.
Registration (Powers of Attorney)
The process of sending an LPA or EPA to the Office of the Public Guardian for them to add to their register. The register is public and anyone can request information from it.
A type of secondary legislation made by the Government or a regulatory agency of government, usually subject to approval by Parliament, and having the force of law. Regulations set out the terms under which legislation is implemented and how it should be conducted.
Remission (Fee)
Where a court or other fee is reduced due to the financial position of the person responsible for paying it.
Renounce probate
When someone formally gives up all rights to apply for a Grant of Representation and/or act as a personal representative of an estate.
Revoke (Wills and Powers of Attorney)
To cancel and/or replace one or more existing wills and/or Powers of Attorney.
Rules of Court
The rules that govern how courts operate, and which parties using the court must follow and comply with. Rules of court are supplemented by practice directions.
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