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Courts and Covid - Final hearing

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17 Aug 20 #513732 by suzy21
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Hello everyone,

I'm due in court in 7 weeks - (self representing - for a final hearing and have a couple of questions -

Are courts seeing people in person or are hearings being held via video link at the moment?

Also I am preparing a S25 narrative - should I include what I want as an outcome or this that done separately?

Thanks for any help and any tips. He has a barrister and a solicitor.

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