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Yes you can use your letter for disclosure but not his
Can I clarify anything?
That is excellent. I wont be copying his words verbatim, but I do intend to wrap them into my own words as I respond, which I take it is Ok. just double checking. Pete
Yes of course.
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Hi. There are a couple of quotes (fabrication and lies from him, but he does say he is under a psychiatrist after someone tried to kill him in 2010 ..... no idea why :-)) that the claimant states were made to him from me within his 'without prejudice' letter. I am for the record responding to his letter and need to know if I can copy the statements that he alleges I made to him within my response?