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Valuations of minor assets

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14 Jun 21 #516969 by notgettinganywherefast
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What would be an appropriate way to respond to questions in the questionairre which asks for valuations of items of nominal value ie under £50 please?

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14 Jun 21 #516970 by rubytuesday
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Have you been ordered by the Judge to answer these particular questions?

Usually, individual items with a saleable value of less than £1000 aren't included in financial disclosure (unless together they form a collection that is valuable).

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14 Jun 21 #516971 by notgettinganywherefast
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Yes the judge said the question had to be answered. It was a bit of a surprise because it's obviously why they weren't included on form E, but the other side is demanding values of everything and the judge took their side. I know what I'd like to reply but it won't help the situation!

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14 Jun 21 #516972 by rubytuesday
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Lol, it probably wouldn't be the response they would be looking for!

Just answer the question the best you can, that's all you can do. If there's a number of items, just list them and thier resalable value. You could use auction sites such as Ebay to get an idea of selling price.

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14 Jun 21 #516979 by notgettinganywherefast
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Thanks, I'll do that

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