I am not sure what you mean - I have had a notice of a case management meeting?
I believe so - I have not had anything yet other than a notice to attend the cmm
No - thanks for that
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This is an adjunct to a previous question I asked. The claimant's lawyer has sent me a letter along with a blank N265 form. He states in his letter that '...The Civil Procedure Rules provide that parties are obliged to discuss (by telephone or at a meeting) and seek to agree a proposal for disclosure that meets the overriding objective. This must be done not less 7 days before the first CMM....".
My question is what is to be agreed and do I have to do anything prior to the CMM? I am not sure what they want me to do or to agree to??
You dont have to do ANYTHING before a CMM unless you have been ordered to by the Court
Does this help?
Many thanks for that Alex - cleared things up
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