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If two people go to arbitration and the judge signs it off,

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If two people go to arbitration and the judge signs it off, how can one party refuse to sign and a new solicitor take up the case and ask for more? Is this allowed after nearly six months from the date it should have been signed off. Neither of the parties involved have the same solicitor as the case was supposed th be sorted. As one party is refusing to sign does this mean it is null and void and they will have to start again. Thank you.
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Category: UK Law

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