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Hi there, this is Jim.
The points are fine and concise, which is what the judge will want to see.
It would be an idea to set them out in a witness statement so that what you say is verified by a "statement of truth" at the end. Further, it looks much better when set out in a formal witness statement - presentation is important and so is a beginning, middle and an end. It makes your point easier to cross reference too - so if you say something in the hearing, you can invite the judge to look at a certain paragraph in the statement which will certainly help matters.
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