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06 Apr 21 - 06 Apr 21 #516415 by enm1sg-sandy
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UNREALISTIC RESPONDENT QUESTIONNAIRE ON MY form E FOR LAST 11 YEAR DETAILS

I am the applicant and after FDA, Respondent has exchanged the questionnaire on my form E.
As per guidelines of form E, we have to provide only the last 12-month bank statement for personal accounts and 2-year for limited company accounts. I am living in the UK since 2005 and migrated from India where I have assets and bank accounts.

In her questionnaire, she asking details of all the property sold and bank details since Jan 2010 for the assets which are outside the UK in India ( I don't know why particularly 2010 WHY NOT 2000). Further for my limited company in the UK, they have gone through the company house OR other website, access all the company and expenditure report for the last 10 year and asking all the silly questions after detailed scrutiny of my last 10 year of data. I am very stressed and will be highly obliged to your help in these hard times by confirming what is my legal positions in this matter. if I have to reply to their questionnaire which covers only 1-2 years but not my whole past working life span. Further how the court will eye it or if the court will direct me to comply with their unrealistic demands of all pieces of information since 2010. for personal and UK company
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