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Yes you put this in any other information
You need to ask the court to list but AVOID dates xxxxxxxx
You dont need to worry about proposed Directions as a litigant in person, the Judge will have standard directions
You dont need to worry about facts etc at the moment
Can I clarify anything else for you?
The cover letter that came with N181 says that I need to return proposed Directions?
When you say "list but AVOID dates" sorry but what do you mean by "list". Is that the request for them to propose dates for certain actions in the court process?
So do I just start my sentance:
Could the court list but avoid the following dates xxxxxx
The cover letter that came with N181 says that I need to return proposed Directions? I know you said I don't need to but as it states I need to could you just clarify?
Further to above...... The claimant’s objective is to recover the £13,500 entrusted to the defendant. Is this just assumed or do you have to state that that is the intended objective / outcome?
Nearly there. so do I do that in the attachment to N181 that I have created called, 'Particulars of Claim'? and start it with .....
The remedy sought by the claimant is ..........
I have a question on damages I will start a new question.
Sorry but what do you mean by "POC should have been served"
also ref last question is sticking
in the attachment that I have created detailing the claim OK I guess so but just double checking.
Will reference future questions as you say. You have been answering a shed load of my questions ... very grateful
Ref the POC, in my initial on-line filing of the claim I was restricted to only a few words ref the claim. I guess I should have appended a document to it but I didn't do so. Before a started asking you questions I posed this question to another lawyer who advised that I could use form N244.
However it is not so much amended particulars of claim for which the court may charge you a fee as a fully detailed particulars of claim.
My suggestion would be to put it in as part of directions to be ordered by the court although you can send them in at the same time along with a covering letter
Is that OK in your opinion?
Right, do I do that by requesting permission of the court in my cover letter to N181?