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No. The judge advised there would be a hearing at a later date, to be arranged. Then changed his mind some weeks later and simply said it was now dismissed.
The judge's reasons were on the court advise form:
LeO did not have jurisdiction. (D asked for the stay to allow LeO time to investigate) And the claim dated back to 2004.
The claim, in fact, dated from 2014 and LeO have since confirmed that they DO consider that they have jurisdiction and only gave way because the case date was now getting so close.
Did not know we could and would not have known how to.