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08 Aug 12 #348195 by coasttocoast
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Hi can anyone tell me what "The parties are each at liberty to file and serve a concise narrative affidavit in respect of certain issues" on my form relating to FDR what this actually means in laymans terms?

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21 Aug 12 #350949 by TBagpuss
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it means you are each allowed to (but do not HAVE to) prepare a short statement.

I don''t know what the specifc issues are but if (for instance) there is a dispute between you about (say) who paid for what then the statement woud be a short summary setting out your version of events.

The statmetn is limited to the specific issues which have been flagged up,and ''narrative'' means you are setting out what you say happened (not going into a lot of details about how you feel that should be interperted or what the outcome should be.

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