Im in court tomorrow regarding a form G10, But on Thurdays was speaking the the pursuer lawer to sort out final settlement. I told her that my company is going bankrupt. Iv hear nothing from the other side, I feel in court tomorrow they will try and get me out the house cause I cannot pay her interim order £1950 this month. I will try and discharge the interim order because of losing my company.can you avdives
Thank you for your question.The hearing on a G10 should be solely confined with whether you intend to proceed with your defence to the case or not following upon the withdrawal of your solicitor. Have you had intimation of any other motion or application?
I have had by email and also today recorded delivery latter.
The Sheriff, it being intimated that the agent for the Defender has withdrawn from acting for him, Ex Proprio Motu, Recals the sist granted on the 6 December 2011; 19 June 2012 at 10.00 am as aperemptory diet; Appoints the Pursuer to intimate a copy of this interlocutor and notice in the form G10 to the Defender by recorded delivery in order that he be represented at the next diet, giving notice that if he fails to do so, decree may be granted as craved with expenses awarded against him.
Why the solicitor has withdrawn is that a have no more money for this devoice
No, I have not be send any other motion or application BUT can the log it tomorrpw in court ?
As you are now unrepresented it would be quite unfair for any matter to be dealt with tomorrow other than the court to record that you are still on the action, that you do or do not intend to instruct another solicitor or you intend to do so and apply for legal aid.Any other matters should be continued to another diet and if the other side try to raise any other matters you must explain that you will need time to consider the position and if appropriate take advice.If you intend to apply for legal aid you can ask for the case to be sisted again for that purposes as it appears that the only reason that the case is calling at all arises from the withdrawal of your agent.If you would like any additional information or have more questions please don’t hesitate to ask!Please remember to only rate my answer when you are 100% satisfied. IF you feel the need to click either "Helped a little" or "I expected more", please stop and reply to me via the CONTINUE CONVERSATION blue link with the issue you have. I will be happy to continue further and do everything I can to provide you with the service you seek.
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