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Acknowledgement of service returned too late?

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14 Oct 12 #360944 by Bridgetj
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My stbx received the acknowledgment of service at the beginning of Sept but just ignored it. I have now been told that he is going to return it but as it is over the 14 day deadline is it too late? Will I have to now pay again for a new one to be issued?

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15 Oct 12 #361120 by Bridgetj
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Can anyone help please? My solicitor wants more money to resend.

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16 Oct 12 #361341 by confused 101
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You shouldn''t have to - just get him to return it.

You only need to re-issue if he doesn''t send it in at all.

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19 Oct 12 #361760 by Serendipity100
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You could get it ''deemed served'' Bridget, but wouldn''t leave it much longer. Phone courts, see if they have had it back, but best you speak to your sol though. Hope this helps

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19 Oct 12 #361761 by Serendipity100
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Oh, correction, just noticed you are the Petitioner - in which case you should be the one receiving the D10 (AOS). Best you chase it up with your sol.

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