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Could we have a little bit of advice please? We have a date for a preliminary hearing but we didn't attach the draft order to the allocation questionnaire, just asked for disclosure. Having read up on the new advice it seems that we have to take this along to the hearing along with all the other stuff but we are a little concerned as on the letter from the court mentions in one paragraph that in some instances a case may be released to another judge, possibly at a different court. We are wondering whether the draft order should be sent in before the hearing, can anyone advise?

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Hi Zootscoot, its under GUIDANCE NOTES (Got a Court Date - A guide to the later stages) then Preliminary/Directions Hearing, the guidance talks about taking all these with you to the preliminary hearing, so presumably you don't have to send these out to the other party before this ???

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Its generally advisable to send the draft order with your allocation questionairre. If you have not done so then yes take them to the hearing.

 

Is this an allocation hearing with a possibility of test case?

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Sorry its taken me so long to reply zootscoot, thanks for that, didn't know about this new method of AQ. Is it a test case, dunno, its a small amount on Barclaycard - claim was for £355, partial settlement of £123 rejected and MCOL raised. Barclaycard put in a defence at the edge of the time limit. Balance of other half's account stands at £420.12 so hopefully we'll be getting rid of Barclaycard.

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