As far as I am aware there is no typed up order. I have asked David Auld and Co to obtain one from the court a month ago but to date they have not delivered.
I held two pensions from previous employers. The order was for the higher value one to be taken by ex wife with costs of transfer shared 50 - 50. I completed my part of the form filling by the provider and sent the fee. 10 months later the pension provider informed me that the ex wife had not complied with the order and that they were still waiting for the fee.
It is not incumbent upon myself to ensure that the ex wife has complied with the order. I have asked her in writing to inform me when she complied with the order but she has declined to do so.
As I don't have the typed up order it is hard for me to say what is actually in it. I will call David Auld and Co and see where the typed up final order is. Can you tell me who is responsible for submitting the hand written draft to the court for typing up? I assume that it is the ex wifes solicitor or barrister as I was a litigant in person. I just took the hand written draft which was signed by the Judge and my ex wife on the advice of the opposing solicitor. She said that it was very important. From what you are saying it appears that it is not and that the typed up version is the document that has merit.
I have had a couple of mails from you asking if there is anything further that I need advice on. At time of writing there is not.
I am currently at work and am unsure how you approach a court to get the answer that you state that they can provide. When I did this in 2012 via David Auld and Co I was informed by the Clerk of the Court that the copy of the final order that I held was the correct one. They did not send me another copy. I am afraid that if I go back to court stating that I do not understand the order then I will be held in contempt of court and suffer further fines and public humiliation. I would like to enjoy some financial benefit from the first 49 years of my working life and also seek the return of my tools, drawings and childhood possessions which I believe are still stored in the loft and sheds of the FMH. I think that by denying me the peaceful enjoyment of these articles, Newcastle Crown Court is in breach of article one of the European treaty of human rights establishing human rights within Europe which states that peaceful enjoyment of personal possessions is a basic human right.
Not much that I can do about it however if the ex wife insists in court that I am a child abuser and that she is scared of me and scared that I will assault un named children.
I will try to get a copy when I get home and get back to you.