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remote hearing due to Covid

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20 Aug 20 #513761 by Buster007
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I've just done a remote hearing, I was really worried as I was self representing, it was by phone. It was okay, the judge was very fair, in my opinion it's better for people self representing as the formality and structure of a court appearance are not there.

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20 Aug 20 #513762 by diamond74
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I had a remote hearing, the judge had none of my paperwork or even the application that i had emailed to the courts weeks ago, I did not get to ask for the interest that I had been asking for on the paperwork I had sent, I also asked about the costs from the last hearing last year when I had enforced (these had been reserved by prev judge) they asked me to supply the order I had got from the judge and it would go back to prev judge to be decided on paper? I cannot find the order surely the court could supply there own judge with his own order :(

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