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Writing to the Court depute

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07 Jan 08 #10144 by Elle
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Anyone any advice on whether putting a statement to the Court Depute of procedural history...(no rant/emotion included of course)..would be of any advantage or would this incense the Court. My case has been bounced around numerous different Sheriffs sitting for over 7 years and there is no apparent monotoring/control. The action is in Scotland.
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10 Jan 08 #10407 by Fiona
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Only just seen this but I believe it's now academic because you were in court today. How did it go?

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12 Jan 08 #10502 by Elle
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Usual eleventh hour continuance Fiona....no further forward...any advice re presenting a statement....eight yrs is excessive where there is low asset value and no custody issues...
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