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Court of session Hearing date after nearly two yea

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08 May 12 #329232 by Sahil
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Dear Sir/Madam
anyone can give me advice as my case was submitted in the court of session in 2010 and after one year they decided the hearing will be in middle of 2013.The hearing days they decide is 4 days why than they delay the case as they already done the preliminary hearing and all paperwork done, what I think they might open the door again to ad something or withdraw something than where the game will end, I am employee and my case against employer, for him is no problem but for me is every day is frustration, if I say I am disappointed with the legal system will not be wrong as I had experienced like this.
Thanks your help in advance
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08 May 12 #329244 by rubytuesday
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welcome to Wikivorce.

We can only offer advice and help on family law matters, and your case seems to be one of employment law, unless I have mis-read your post?

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18 May 12 #331429 by In Scotland
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Agree, this is not a suitable forum for this enquiry. Any delays are not the fault of the Court of Session (where I used to be a Clerk). The parties and their agents are primarily responsible for the good conduct of the action. The court merely sets hearing dates on request of said agents, or on an agreed date.

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