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11 May 12 #329902 by Outsider
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Hi All

Hope someone can help. Just pulling together the Forms G, H, Staement of Issues, Chronology and Questionnaire ready to file for a first appointment.

Are you suipposed to attach supporting documents to your statement of issues? i.e. if you are arguing that the other party was fully appraised of a situation that they have claimed to know nothing about, could you attach evidence of corespondence, or do you have to wait to be asked for evidence?

Thanks in Advance,

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11 May 12 #329904 by dukey
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If the supporting documents are not attached to form E yes you can, are you sure your not going off track in your statement, remember its all about money.

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11 May 12 #329905 by Outsider
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Thanks dukey.

And yes, I think it''s ok. The correspondence refers to the imminent sale of an asset that the other party is claiming is not imminent so would be prudent to prove that they are fully aware of the situation?

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11 May 12 #329907 by dukey
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Oh yes indeed, depending on the asset you may need to think about a freezing order or that if the asset is sold the funds be held in a client account pending proceedings.

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