Now as far as i knew cause i''m a LIP it was the respondents solicitor job to file court bundles or prepare them etc.
Would I be right in thinking this?
As I have received a letter stating that this isn''t the case and that I will have to prepare bundles myself at future hearings, if I dont I could incur costs due to wasted hearings etc. According to my EX''s solicitor.
I don''t have a clue what I need or what I have to write for the next hearing.
hi joe this is what I thought but in a recent letter she states after a recent court meeting something like that forgot the exact wording that this has changed. I''ll read out her exact wording when I get him from the letter as can''t think of it off hand.
It is not in fact the case that it would fall to the only solicitor acting for either party to prepare the bundles that the court requires. This was clarified at a recent court users meeting and it falls to the applicant to prepare the necessary bundle and documentation whether the applicant is legally reprisented or not. If at any point, a hearing is unable to proceed, due to lack of of a court bundle or documentation, then there may be cost implications for your client in repect of a wasted hearing.
This was sent to my EX sol who hasnt replied as he no longer acts for me which he has informed my EX sol of.
He''s just forwarded the letter to me thats all.
I''m just a little unsure now what to do. Or what I have to do.