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Court order wrong

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12 Jun 16 #479724 by Sherara
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I would appreciate your help in this dilemma. The solicitor drew the court order giving the wrong sum and order already sealed by court. Is it final and concrete? Or it could be rectified and how to rectify it? Thank you. Sherara

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13 Jun 16 #479770 by .Charles
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If the wording does not reflect the agreement reached it can be amended. You should give notice to the court and solicitor without delay. If the solicitor caused the error they should take steps to rectify this.

Charles

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