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Serving notice
#1
Hi,

Sorry for the dumb question, but received directions hearing next Thursday for my application for ex breaching contact. As I only got the papers today, can I send it recorded mail tomorrow and just take the signed statement of service to the court next Thursday? Thanks in advance.
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#2
URGENT BUMP

Just to add, I received confirmation of hearing date on Wednesday 3rd of April with instruction to serve notice to the respondent. I sent the papers via Royal Mail special delivery yesterday and today received confirmation that the concierge at the apartments where the respondent lives had signed for the package. I called the concierge who confirmed the item had been passed over tho the respondent. Is this suffice confirmation that the notice has been served? Or do I need to contact the respondent to have their confirmation? The court date is Wednesday 10th April so I would appreciate I fast response. Is it worth scanning the document and emailing it to respondent?

​​​​​​​Thanks.
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#3
HI, I always scan the documents and send it to the other party ( she prefers that anyway as she doesn't want me to know her address sigh), so in other words scan and email is still valid, at least have an email copy that you can evidence if need be, just to try and cover all the bases.
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(04-05-2019, 02:57 PM)SeanS Wrote: HI, I always scan the documents and send it to the other party ( she prefers that anyway as she doesn't want me to know her address sigh), so in other words scan and email is still valid, at least have an email copy that you can evidence if need be, just to try and cover all the bases.

Great, Thanks for the advice! I will do this today also.
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(04-05-2019, 02:58 PM)Bazeydog Wrote:
(04-05-2019, 02:57 PM)SeanS Wrote: HI, I always scan the documents and send it to the other party ( she prefers that anyway as she doesn't want me to know her address sigh), so in other words scan and email is still valid, at least have an email copy that you can evidence if need be, just to try and cover all the bases.

Great, Thanks for the advice! I will do this today also.

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