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It means you need to try agree various dates with the other side for exchange of evidence among other things. I have attached a draft order which you can attach to your direction questionnaire. It is standard so you can just send it to the court with your questionnaire. You may not hear from the other side with their proposed dates - you can send them a copy of yours and just say that standard directions should apply in this case. Let me know if you can't see the attachment.
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The case has not yet been allocated - the questionnaire is considered by the court to determine the appropriate track. If it is a high value or complex case then the court will allocate more resources to the case and it would either be Fast Track or Multi Track.
In terms of evidence, it is still relevant so yes, you can use it in the case going forwards. Any new evidence can be disclosed in due course - the court will send you a date for "standard disclosure" - you can see that in the draft directions I sent to you.