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Question 5 - Form D10

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14 May 12 #330487 by cookie2
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spectra wrote:

She has written on the Petition that she will "only claim one half of the court fees".

In that case you might as well go along with it. You probably won''t get a better deal than £192.50. If you were to deny it and file your own Petition it would cost £385.

It just brasses me off to have to answer that question

Well to be fair it probably brassed her off that you dipped your wick in someone else''s candle ;)

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