Produce a document that elucidates the following legal consideration for one Irish event. Each event must be unique to each student. Follow the format most suited to your assignment, the instruction below is indicative only. Please redact any sensitive or personal information. Describe the event chosen, its history, staff, aims and sources of funding. Produce an overview or audit of the event/organisation/business legal environment. Concentrate on the areas or issues that are most important/relevant for your event. The work should focus only on relevant considerations and examine a few issues in-depth rather than a broader thinner approach
The language used in law is changing. Many lawyers are now adopting a plain English style. But there are still legal phrases that baffle non-lawyers. This guide is intended to help in two ways:
The explanations in this guide are not intended to be straight alternatives. Although we hope the explanations will prompt lawyers to make sure they only use legal jargon where strictly necessary, our wording is there to explain ideas and concepts rather than to give strict legal definitions.
The terms and explanations are for the law in England and Wales.
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