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Hi there, this is my first thread. I have read a lot of the information posted and found it to be very helpful. Hoping someone may be able to clarify this question for me. I have a CMD tele/conference call scheduled with Respondent who is my former employer and the ET Judge. The Tribunal date is only weeks away. This came about after Respondent decided they wished to change already disclosed documents and witness statements. The date for disclosure was over a month ago and the date for the witness statements to be exchanged had also passed. We were at the stage of agreeing bundles. Now Respondent wants to disregard their disclosed statements and witness statements and prepare new ones? I believe this has come about after reading my documents. Surely this cannot be allowed. The Respondent also wants the Tribunal date postponed. Has anyone had experience of this and if so am I within my rights to object to their request to change disclosed documents and what can I expect during the CMD. Any help and info much appreciated.
Hello, I got a divorce in 1996, and during the proceedings I was awarded a charge over a property (50%) to be realised on the death of my mother in law, who lived in the property at the time, she passed away last year and my ex husband will not accept any offers made on the house, which he has to deal with as part of his mothers estate. I just wanted to know what ways I can enforce this charge, and what type of charge it is, it was created by deed but through divorce proceedings. any info is much appreciated. Thanks!
Hi All, This is my first post in this forum and hope I am in the right section. I went to small claims court to recover my tenancy deposit from my previous landlord. He failed to secure the deposit, so the amount I am claiming is 3x deposit, which is close to £3000. I went to court (using online moneyclaim) two years ago and got a judgement also. Since then, did not do much, other than just sit on it due to various reasons. I now want to persue the matter further. But I am not sure if the LL lives at the the address I have. I am sure he still owns the property. Am I too late in trying to enforce the CCJ? What chances I have to get my money back with out really knowing where the landlord lives? Many thanks for viewing this post. Vikram