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Change is the law of life

'Bring up the bodies'is a Tudor legal phrase, the command to court officials instructing them to deliver to their trial men who, because they are accused of treason, are regarded as already being 'bodies'. This is the title of Hilary Mantel’s novel which has been combined in the current television adaptation of Wolf Hall, and follows the Machiavellian lawyer Thomas Cromwell. But history has no plot, people plot. So historical novels make sense of events, giving them beginnings, middles and ends. But history, like life, happens randomly. The desire to capture the past, it seems is unquenchable, as is our interest in the law. Some eight hundred years ago, The Magna Carta was signed and as holders of the best surviving copy, there will be much celebrating this year in Salisbury. This basis of our modern legal system has been used throughout the world. History and the law are inevitably linked. They are both fascinating and important. Property too, is surrounded by history and legalities. The good agent will have researched both, in order to confidently give an account of your home to a buyer. Winkworth Salisbury  

'Bring up the bodies'is a Tudor legal phrase, the command to court officials instructing them to deliver to their trial men who, because they are accused of treason, are regarded as already being 'bodies'.

This is the title of Hilary Mantel’s novel which has been combined in the current television adaptation of Wolf Hall, and follows the Machiavellian lawyer Thomas Cromwell.

But history has no plot, people plot. So historical novels make sense of events, giving them beginnings, middles and ends. But history, like life, happens randomly. The desire to capture the past, it seems is unquenchable, as is our interest in the law.

Some eight hundred years ago, The Magna Carta was signed and as holders of the best surviving copy, there will be much celebrating this year in Salisbury. This basis of our modern legal system has been used throughout the world.

History and the law are inevitably linked. They are both fascinating and important.

Property too, is surrounded by history and legalities. The good agent will have researched both, in order to confidently give an account of your home to a buyer.

Winkworth Salisbury

 

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