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As a client of CIC, we will provide advice and assistance throughout the court process however, we cannot do so without our clients' input as to the facts and evidence of the case. Always ensure documents are double-checked before signing and raise any queries you may have before submitting any documents to court.

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Although you may think certain parts of information are not relevant to a case, they may be significant factors that your legal advisor needs to know.

Our clients live through situations that may result in our involvement and it is paramount that any timelines or conversations are accurate so we can relay our client’s position in the strongest way possible.

This is especially important for court cases that are being handled by Lawgistics Litigation for the Motor Trade CIC.

Our Litigation team has been working hard to get the correct information from the courts where necessary. The team has been advised the courts are so delayed, that in some courts, it may be over 45 days before any emails received are looked at.

Should our clients be in a position where an application needs to be made or communications sent to the court, the court may not be able to open the email until a month or two after it has been sent. Therefore, we need to ensure that all of our ducks are in a row to avoid any delays when it comes to the court process.

As a client of CIC, we will provide advice and assistance throughout the court process however, we cannot do so without our clients’ input as to the facts and evidence of the case. Always ensure documents are double-checked before signing and raise any queries you may have before submitting any documents to court.

It takes time and expense to try and undo any mistakes that could have been avoided from the offset, and it is never guaranteed that a judge will side with you and allow the application or any changes that are required.

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