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hello all ,has anyone been to a 'without prejudice' meeting with their bank lately ? iam involved in a court case , i just wondered what to expect , am i allowed to tape the meeting or just take notes ? am i allowed to have anyone with me ie a friend just for a bit of moral support or is it 1-1 , its not with their solicitor.?thankyou

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I've never heard of a meeting like that.....may I ask what it is concerning ?.....you could put a secret tape recorder in your pocket !!

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ive just been reading the links at the bottom of the page and a tape recorder would seem to be inadmissible in a court of law, not to worry i will update this post as soon as i know the outcome and post my 'meeting' which will be off site from the bank by the way, i will update asap

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