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SENDING CONSENT TO COURT HOW DOES IT WORK? (3 Posts)
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13 March, 2017 05:27AM
SENDING CONSENT TO COURT HOW DOES IT WORK?
jermain - 13 March, 2017 05:27AM
We have agreed on a draft consent to be sent to court. i have signed and about to post my copy to her solicitor for filling to court as requested by them.
However i fear they could probably change paragraphs before submitting to court although i do have a copy of the draft.
What is the guarantee that what the other party sends to court is not altered ? after all they have my signature attached to last page!
Re: SENDING CONSENT TO COURT HOW DOES IT WORK?
Andyk - 13 March, 2017 08:22AM
It would be very foolish for a solicitor to change a consent order after you have signed it.
Re: SENDING CONSENT TO COURT HOW DOES IT WORK?
jermain - 13 March, 2017 08:40AM
Thanks AndyK this should put my mind to rest. The lot am dealing with cant be trusted.
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