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access to a joint courtyard, but because of common ownership.l owned the 2 propertys , before selling the servant one ,l am the dominant property.
Easement is entered on both deeds,made the claim on common ownership.
this enquirie only costs me the one fee of 36 pounds?
this enquirie only costs me the one fee of 36 pounds?do not want monthly deal
l only want to know whether the claimants solicitor was in order to send me court papers before the deadline she stated in her letter
Hi thankyou for your reply, l thought the issue of serving the court papers
before the date was out of order.
Your last comment (if it goes to court and you lose,then you are no worse off,)
do you mean because of the first sentence, you wrote stating the
premature serving serving?
What I’m saying is that if this goes to court and you lose, it doesn’t matter whether the documents are served early, on time or late.
It only makes a difference if you settle out of court and they want paying for issuing the proceedings issuing proceedings wasn’t necessary and it could have been settled without the issue of them