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14 Mar 08 #16762 by markhensby
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Sorry to seem stupid exactly what is s 25 MCA 1925 - Section 25 Matrimonial Causes Act, yes but "1925" please clarify. I am not represented, can't get legal aid because the house is too valuable!!!

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14 Mar 08 #16764 by markhensby
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BF stays with X on regular but not a pattern of occassions. Thay have holidayed together. I only know this by accident asI telephoned X on her cell phone and was forwarded. At 1st Appointment I asked for het cell phone records to prove this and other things, as I did not attend 1st Apt, this was rejected.

Can I make another application for directions? Full Hearing is scheduled for 8 may.

There is something I'd like to explian privately how can I do this?

Many MANY thanks, Mark

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14 Mar 08 #16816 by Fiona
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Don't know if this has now gone off forum, but 1929 was a typo I think for 1973 which was the year the legislation was introduced.

Sounds as though you really need legal representation. Have you investigated other ways of financing it? There are bank loans and even schemes particularly intended to cover legal costs which are repaid on settlement.

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