In our experience, one of the most difficult things about writing a problem answer is actually putting pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard. You have identified the relevant legal issues and you have investigated these further through your research - but how do you use this information to construct an answer? Where do you start? The question asks you to ‘Advise X’. What does this require in practice?
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