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Hi Olga, if the solicitor has actually submitted the claim form to the courts then the claim would have been made in time. The relevant time i when a formal claim is issued with the court, so when the court receives your claim form. They will then take the necessary steps to send the documents to the other side and this will take several days after the claim was issued but that time is not relevant - all that matters is when the claim was formally submitted to the court and if this was done 3 weeks ago then it would still be in time.
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is the solicitor you have engaged not dealing with all of this?
Sorry i am not available to speak at present as I am not online for much longer this evening. I was wondering if the lawyer who submitted the claim is not arranging these issues for you, such as sending you a copy f the claim and serving documents on the other side?