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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.....
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.
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