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02 Mar 08 #15537 by TMax
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As far as I can gather negotitaion can be held in seperate rooms if there is the space if not then ask to be placed where he cant give you the evil eye :-), Im on my umpteenth cancelation, so I hope judge is looking into why the other side keeps cancelling 3 days before the case is about to be heard.

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02 Mar 08 #15540 by BVG
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Hi SK.Callum. Its about time the DJ said enough is enough and order the other party to attend. Its within the DJ's remit to do this.

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07 Mar 08 #16078 by juttabeck
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There is no reason why you have to be in the same room as him, unless you are seeing the judge.

I did not go to my partner's FDR, as I thought it would be more trouble than it was worth in terms of his ex. She brought along people for "support" though - although they weren't allowed in to hear the judge either.

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