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20 Nov 07 #7101 by Soldierblue
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How do i work out when to put in for a variation order without the danger of paying more? Also if she doesn't try and impvove her situation do i just have to keep paying?:dry:

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21 Nov 07 #7183 by Fiona
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There needs to be a change in circumstances to apply for a variation and your order will define the term you must pay.

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21 Nov 07 #7184 by Specialdad
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I thought you could apply for a variation of order at any time?

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