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lying to the judge! (1 Post)
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26 January, 2017 09:25PM
lying to the judge!
dellou - 26 January, 2017 09:25PM
Hi at our FDR my ex stated he was no longer trading with his two businesses there were two penal notices attached for him to produce his accounts so instead he stated he was no longer trading , Judge reported he would be informing the Inland Revenue of his statement, I have since discovered today he is very much trading and has moved into a new unit, we have our final hearing in less than two weeks, what would be my next move now?- do I inform the courts of the new evidence and request an adjournment so that the accounts can be produced or do I still attend the final hearing and inform the Judge of the new evidence? This case has gone on so long now and I have only some of his disclosure dating from 2014/2015- there is no order to produce updated disclosures ( maybe because it has taken this long to get any disclosure at all then it would be a waste of time asking for his updated disclosure), I am expected to produce an offer but without the relevant info I am finding it impossible! Any advice really welcome!
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