I have received a 'stamped' but badly written D7 Genral Order from the cOURT with loads of spelling mistakes. It een states that the Petition should pay to the Respondent not the Respndent (me) should pay to the Petitioner. Is it legally binding? Does it mean that I do not have to pay?
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I have received a 'stamped' but badly written D7 General Order from the court with loads of spelling mistakes. It even states that the Petition should pay to the Respondent not the Respondent (me) should pay to the Petitioner. Is it legally binding? Does it mean that I do not have to pay.
I am not even slightly suspicious - it is genuine but states that my ex wife has to pay me not the other way around or will I have to still pay?
This is answered now elsewhere.
LLB, 10 years post qualification experience
Where is 'elsewhere'?
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Does it have the Court name and case number XXXXX it anywhere?
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