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UK law question: I applied permanent injunction under part 8

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UK law question: I applied for a permanent injunction under part 8 procedure, filed all the paperwork and we have a court date. The CPR rules state that the time has passed for me to file “written evidence”. My question is: Am I still allowed to file supporting documents? Mostly printouts from companies house and extracts of companies act 2006. As I understand “written evidence” means that no more written statements/witness statements are allowed, but I can serve the court further documents to support my claim, as long as I serve (and can prove) it on the defendants as well.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Ash replied 1 year ago.

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When was it due please?
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