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27 Sep 20 #514246 by kcms2020
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as both parties are representing them self and as the applicant, I have to file with court the statement, chronology, the questionnaire and notice in form G would this information need to be given to the respondant aswell?? Thank you in advance

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28 Sep 20 #514258 by hadenoughnow
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You each have to file and serve these documents. File = send to the court, serve = send to the other side.

The form G would have been sent with the notice of first appointment. It is headed something like response to notice..

As applicant (if you are both self representing) it is your responsibility to sort out the bundle. This has to be prepared in accordance with practice direction 27A. It is essentially an indexed and paginated bundle of the key documents the judge needs to see to understand the case. The index has to be shared with the other side in advance of the hearing. It is helpful to provide them with a full electronic bundle. At present courts are accepting e bundles.

The bundle gets more complex as you progress through the process.

Make sure you have read and understood any orders from the court so you know what you have to do and by when.


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