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22 Apr 12 #325832 by dominoo
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Hope someone can explain - the letter from Court says that ''the parties shall bring to the FDR hearing details of their availability of their witness (if any) together with dates of inconvenience to Counsel''. With regard to the witness what exactly would a witness be required for??? Can someone suggest examples please for why a witness would be required?

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22 Apr 12 #325836 by sulkypants
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you may have instructed an actuory (umm spelling) for pension division.

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