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Sealed Court Order - Help

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02 May 12 #327868 by maisymoos
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My Consent Order has now been stamped and sealed by the court. I have just noticed it still says draft Order at the top. I assume this is a mistake as it was literally edited in the court room. Should I raise this with my solicitor? or does the court stamp make it clear that it is not a draft?

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02 May 12 #327882 by TBagpuss
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the stamp makes it clear that it is no longer a draft.

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