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Form -E - Business bank statement

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05 Feb 21 - 05 Feb 21 #515657 by enm1sg-sandy
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I have a limited company and as per form E submission, attached two-year company accounts by the accountant. As per the questionnaire exchange with other parties they are asking for 12-month business bank statement.

I think I should not agree for her demand for a business bank statement as long as you submitted the two-year company accounts. I already attached my 12-month personal bank statement
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05 Feb 21 - 05 Feb 21 #515659 by wikivorce team
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I assume from the language you use that you are doing form E exchange and questionnaires as part of court proceedings.

(If you are not in court yet then the level of disclosure that you provide is voluntary and the downside of not providing what they ask for is that they may choose to take you to court to get it).

But if I am right and you are already in court proceedings - then: If you do not wish to provide the bank statements at this stage you do not have to.

The other party (or their solicitor) will then request the additional disclosure at the First Directions Appointment and the judge will decide whether or not to order this additional disclosure depending on how relevant it is in your case.
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05 Feb 21 #515660 by enm1sg-sandy
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Thanks, you are right. We have exchanged the form E & questionnaire and my FDA is due on March 2019

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