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26 Apr 12 #326730 by griplips13
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After a long two years we both have agreed to a Consent Order.The relevant paperwork was sent to court,but it was queried by the judge.So we asked why and they want us to sign a copy of each others Form D81.
But they also requested that ''The court must have sight of the lists before it can approve''.
Anyone know what this means,even my STBX solicitor was unsure why.

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27 Apr 12 #326794 by dukey
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Its quite simple if you both completed separate D81`s the judge needs to know you both have the detail of each others D81.

Its standard disclosure, why is your solicitor unsure?.

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30 Apr 12 #327498 by griplips13
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Thank you for the response Dukey,it''s what i thought it ment.It was my STBX solicitor that said he was unsure.
Thank you for clarifying this.

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