Tag: Lessons Learnt as Litigant In Person

Lessons (1 to 14 so far) summary and links for Litigants In Person

Already losing track myself so I thought I’d do an index page of all the lessons I have learnt when dealing with Miss Emily Slater, Mr Nick Statman and Mr Malcolm Statman plus their barristers Mr Matthew Richardson and Mr

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Lesson 3 – Trust your own gut instinct and try not to worry!

Being “served” with court papers is a distressing and stressful experience and after 2 years of litigation from Miss Emily Slater of Cohen Cramer Solicitors I am afraid to say it does not really get any easier or any less

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Lesson 2 – What does “service” or “to be served” mean?

In English Civil Law there is what is known as “CPR” or in full the “Civil Procedure Rules”. A fundamental part is that known as “service” i.e. if someone (person/company/solicitor etc.) participates in a Civil Action against you i.e. the

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2 Year Anniversary Of Being A Litigant In Person – Lesson 1 – check EVERY detail!

In two years I have asked myself many times – is Miss Emily Slater of Cohen Cramer Solicitors, Leeds, incompetent or just appalling at checking details? Either way, not quite what you’d expect – certainly if I was paying for

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