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Unlimited Free Legal Advice & Business Document Library

Discussion in 'Legal, Insurance & Issues' started by Your Business Community, Feb 11, 2016.

  1. Your Business Community

    Your Business Community

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    At Your Business Community, we appreciate that you might be great at what you do, however, you may sometimes need help in some areas.

    Having advice, support and insured protection in a wide range of legal scenarios is essential in todays complicated world and normally beyond the reach of most small businesses and sole traders.

    YBC Premium Members get unlimited free access to our legal advice line, which operates 24/7, putting you through to UK based qualified solicitors and barristers, able to answer your questions and give you advice on any legal matter, business or personal.

    Also included is insured legal cost protection, where we pay for your representation in the following scenarios:
    • Criminal Prosecution
    • Employment tribunals
    • Property disputes
    • Data protection prosecution by the IPO
    • Licence disputes
    • Health & Safety prosecution

    On top of this you also get access to possibly the largest online document library in the UK, containing circa 1000 templates, letters, guides, forms and handbooks, including
    • online/offline terms and conditions
    • license agreements
    • company documents
    and a lot more.

    Premium Members also get access to a growing number of commercial benefits, offering savings of both money and time, across a wide range or products and services and priority invitations to networking and business events.

    With membership costing from just 41 pence per day can you afford not to join?

    Click here for more information.
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