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Important **all Should Read** Multiple Agreements


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I have just received this court hearing and think that everyone should see it and give some serious feed back..

 

It may change the way we look at multiple agreements :cool:

 

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It's another Birmingham case with county court judge acting up as a high court judge.

 

The other thing of course is that its' a county court appeal...unlike Rankine which was High Court first instance

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It is being appealed and the case is listed for hearing at the Court of Appeal in October

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It's another Rankine - although this time its' got competent counsel and is at least going to appeal

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Its legally aided

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