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26 Sep 2019
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is an agreement whereby one or both of the parties to it agree not to tell others about discussions, negotiations or settlements between them.
The closure of parliament has meant that a number of high-profile matters, which have not yet become law, have been lost and the Divorce Bill is one of them.
Applying for the legal right to deal with someone's property, money and possessions (their 'estate') when they die is called 'applying for probate'.