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26 Jul 08 #35430 by maggie
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"Only too often the litigant in person is regarded as a problem for judges and for the court system rather than the person for whom the system of civil justice exists. The true problem is the court system and its procedures which are still too often inaccessible and incomprehensible to ordinary people. (Woolf (1995), Chapter 17, para. 2.)"

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27 Jul 08 #35599 by maggie
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OK - maybe not for ever for changes in the process
www.justice.gov.uk/docs/cp1906.pdf
but is it good enough?
and that's about the procedures not the law - ie case precedents.

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29 Jul 08 #36331 by Arnie Saccnuson
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What change do you have in mind maggie?
Are you legal/professional?

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