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21 Sep 07 #3774 by Mrs.Bobbitt
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Hi Vail, thanks for the snippet, lol

So there doesnt seem to be any "punishment" for flouting the rules? I thought that judges liked to do the telling off bit?

I was before a judge couple years ago following a horrific car crash, and money was put into a trust for my kids as compensation, when the judge asked me what I thought to the amount they got, I said something like" no amount would be enough for the damage it caused them, they are my kids" and he told me off, saying "we are not america, where you can sue for ridiculous sums or for ridiculous things"!!!!!
That was a telling off, and in front of my kids, felt like I was back at school :blush:

Sorry, different situation altogether but, suprised they dont go a bit tougher on deliberate rule breakers.

I dont have a solicitors bill to pay, but a post on here by a solicitor said that some clients bugger off without paying and we started talking about it at work, a colleague said they cant persue you through court for money and I just wondered thats all

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