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Yes you should notify before you intend to apply
Allow them a chance to remedy
Can I clarify anything for you?
I know that I should notify, but do I have to state all the reasons I ma stating in my statement to court?
You don't have to but you can
When you go to Court and if the Judge grants it, you will be required to provide a copy of your statement to the other side in any event
Does that clarify?
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Hi sorry let me ask you this question before submitting my rate.
Do you know what is "statutory Declaration" in relation to lease.
Some body told me that we could go to court and ask the judge of the meaning of a clause /provision in the lease before I apply for injunction. Is this true?
Stat dec does not apply to a lease. It only applies to proceedings once concluded you go before a Court, make a stat dec saying you knew nothing about them
Not really> How can I make a Stat dec anyway?
The only way you can make a stat dec is to ring the Court, make an appointment, go before a Judge
Does that help?
Sorry in relation to your response above, "you knew nothing about them". I knew nothing about what? Also
You can only make a stat dec if you knew nothing about any proceedings
Otherwise you can't make a stat dec
would some one like me qualify for that?
like can i make a appointment and say that I want to go before a judge for stat dec and when i see the judge, explain the situation and say I want to apply for injunction to stop action of the landlord showing him the lease provision that I would be relying on. can I do that?
If you want an injunction that is DIFFERENT to a stat dec
For an injunction you need to use forms
Ok I still don't understand what Stat Dec is? lets forget about that. I have more question. Do you want me to rate you first and open a new question?