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No, the bundle has to reflect all the documents that are relevant for the appeal hearing. So the bundle should include both the claimant's and defendant's documents.
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Kindly give me a minute to review all that you have typed.
Do you have the documents which are missing?
As I had set first, the court is required to have all documents relevant to the case before it in order to make its decision. If you have all the documents, you may submit to the court the required core bundle. The fact that the Claimant has not submitted it would not amount to it being forgery. There is however nothing preventing you from submitting the bundle electronically to the court.
I do understand that. That is why I had asked whether you now have a copy of the documents which are missing. If you do have a copy, and the court has lost the documents, there is no harm in resubmitting the bundle for the courts' attention whether it be electronically or otherwise in order for the matter to be progressed. If you are the claimant and you have copies of your own documents, there is nothing preventing you submitting a bundle which includes your documents.
Bias would not arise at this stage, bias would be if the judge made a decision without having considered all the material and you are somehow able to prove that the decision was wrong in law and in fact because the judge made a decision without properly being aware of all the relevant facts in the proceedings.
I will now be stepping away from the system. Kindly review the guidance above. If there are follow up questions I will respond when I return. All the best. RL
The difficulty you see is that in order for you to get a complete answer you will have to give an expert the full overview of what happened. If you give your questions in snippets, I will not be able t give you a complete answer. In any event, based on what you have said, I find no basis on which I could truly say an allegation of bias would be upheld.
Ok I understand. I will see if I come across the others. In the meantime, thank you again for visiting JustAnswer, please let me know if you need me to clarify anything or if you have any additional questions - I am happy to help!
Ok great. All the best!
As I have answered all your questions with respect to the initial enquiry I will have to continue to answer you here via our premium service, if you wish to continue asking further questions. This is so as to allow you to get the best service needed. If not, I will answer any other questions you may have if they are sent to me by the site for review. Kind regards, RL