law stationer


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law stationer

a stationer selling articles used by lawyers. As legal practice has modernized, specialist items are fewer or are produced in-house.
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A person can prepare her/his own deed poll on a prescribed form available from law stationers. A deed poll can be enrolled in the central Office of the Supreme Court.
In the 19th century the hotel was home to a druggist, ham and tongue dealer and law stationers. It opened its door as the Hotel Rubens in 1912 and quickly became popular with debutantes and dignitaries attending functions at nearby Buckingham Palace.
It can be prepared by a solicitor or by using a prescribed form available from law stationers.