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Can you now write a detailed narrative of I should do?
i.e. A, B. C.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  Senior Partner replied 3 years ago.
Thank you for your question. i am afraid that sort of drafting is completely impractical without a detailed understanding of the entire factual matrix . It is not sensible or practical through this type of forum I am afraid so I cannot help you with this
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

OK,


 


I have passed it on to a solicitor now.


 


But I don't agree with you because my question was to do with procedures and it should be like writing a formula where the variable can be inserted later.


 


I have told enough you about the case. The question could be viewed as if you were appointed to put into effect what has been discussed.


 


A response to that would have created one or more narratives:


Where within each narrative there would a number of steps. E.g.


 


A) petition the court using from a and allow N days.


B) Amend the claim to refer the to petition like e.g.....


C)....


D)..


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.


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If the advice is to be useful it needs to be used. The information you have provided are illuminating but are not of any practical purpose.


 


Therefore I would be grateful if you could arrange for a refund for this supplementary question.


 


Thanks