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Yes. You need to send a copy to the court and a copy to the other side.
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"Yes. You need to send a copy to the court and a copy to the other side."
Yes. Your notice of hearing should contain directions on when the position statement should be exchanged.
Possibly. Depending on the urgency of the matter and the information the court has in front of them at this stage.
Yes. If both parties are agreeable, these could be dealt with at the FHDRA.
If not, further hearings might he ordered.
It will be for your barrister to negotiate with the other side.