atticus wrote:Part 8 is primarily for cases with no real dispute about the facts.
Do you ask your solicitor about his/her advice? If not, why not?
atticus wrote:The point is, jan, that your solicitors have access to all the documents and information that you have been able to provide. They are very much better placed to advise you. I am not going to have the temerity to comment on advice when I only have a few pieces of the puzzle. So if you need more information to help you understand advice you are being given, you should ask the person giving you the advice.
You do not even say what claim is proposed to be made using the Part 8 procedure.
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