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position statement v. issues statement

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07 Jun 12 #335513 by stag
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What is the difference between a position statement and an issues statement?
As a self litigant they appear to be a duplication

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11 Jun 12 #336090 by jonathancj
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True - the differences are pretty minimal. I suppose that a position statement only sets out the sort of order you want the Court to make, whereas a statement of issues might summarise each party''s position, including disputed factual matters.

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