I do indeed! I've had a quick trawl to see if I can find the thread but I can't. I'll keep looking.
The thing that intrigued me most is that the SD process is remarkably simple and there are rarely, if ever, any complications. What Dodgeball (I think that's who it was) seemed unable to grasp was that the court was simply witnessing the declaration being made. It has no powers to enquire into its truthfulness and, provided everything was in order administratively, no powers to refuse to accept it. I know there was a complication about those being heard within 21 days and those heard after that time The court can refuse to hear an SD made after 21 days if they do not accept that the maker has a reasonable excuse for the delay. But once they've agreed that he has then they must hear it.
I'll keep looking for it as it will cheer me up in these troubled times 🤣🤣