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24 Jun 12 #338776 by buzyizzy
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So I could be looking at the scenario of taking my Statement of Issues, Chronology and Outgoings with me and no questionnaire at all? What do I do with the Notice of response to FA?

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24 Jun 12 #338779 by dukey
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You do what court ask and leave court to deal with the other side, so forget about form G that can''t happen and you won''t have a questionnaire, just take what you have.

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24 Jun 12 #338781 by buzyizzy
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Ok, I will, better make sure they are 100% correct. I wondered what Form G was until I looked at the bottom of the Notice form!! You can see the kind of dimwit I am!!

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24 Jun 12 #338782 by dukey
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No your not but I can''t say the same for those who set out these forms, if you look at the bottom of the forms in small print you see the form number or title, but you''ll be fine, your doing what court ask.

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05 Jul 12 #341409 by buzyizzy
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Do I take all the forms with me to court next week? I still haven''t received STBX''s form E, so can''t complete questionnaire.

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10 Jul 12 #342281 by buzyizzy
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Received form E yesterday, chronology,statement of issues,Form G and Form H1 today! I have my Form H to do today, not a Form G as advised on here, correct chronology and s of i all ready. How does anyone get away with lying on the chronology and s of i?

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