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If, whilst preparing for a civil case, one realises that the

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If, whilst preparing for a civil case, one realises that the other party has/is lying in there preparation, should the police show interest hence making the case and police matter?

Hi, Thank you for your question and welcome. My name is ***** ***** I will assist you. This would count as perjury which is a criminal offence. It is something that the courts will have to deal with - the other party can bring this to the attention of the court but is not required to go to the police about it. Kind regards AJ

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