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Yes it is. It is perjury and /or contempt of court and/or perverting the course of justice
I see you have been waiting for an answer. It is potentially something which could result in prison.
do you have any additional questions?
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do you have any additional questions on this thread?
This has popped back into my inbox to deal with as I picked up the thread initially and I have to deal with my inbox questions first before dealing with new users.
The rating system doesn’t appear to have worked so if you could try it again, we would be obliged.
The thread does remain open and you can still ask follow-up questions on this subject on this thread.
Thank you. Kind regards
Thank you for coming back to me. No it does not appear to have been rated on this thread as you expected. If you would like to try again for me then that would be fabulous. If you have any additional questions I would of course be delighted to assist.