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Notices Overview

This is intended as a step by step guide to provide you with the knowledge you require to express your power as 'the pen is mightier than the sword' as Knowledge is only power when you use it!!!

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Time for Action...

Before commence any action you MUST ensure you are not being vexatious...

  • You cannot claim what you have no lawful right to claim, or
  • You cannot create a dispute where none exists

This grants you lawful excuse to breach another's peace.

First Notice = CAUTION & OPPORTUNITY TO REMEDY

This creates the record of the facts and the cause of action should the dispute require public dispute resolution.

You simply edit the notice template and covering letter templates (contained on the template link) for your specific facts and dispute...

Time for response: in accordance with the civil procedure rules 28 days non response is deemed sufficient for default judgement.

This through the notices we break down into 14 days, 7 days and 7 days for normal matters.

For urgent matters or if extensive correspondence has been exchanged then this can honourably be reduced to 14 days, namely 7 days, 4 days and 3 days.

For extremely urgent or severe consequence matters and if extensive correspondence has been exchanged then this can honourably be reduced to 5 days, namely 2 days, 2 days and 1 days.

If there is a meaningful response:

  • If a point is admitted, then that requires the point removed from dispute to be 'struckout' (to keep to the original points you simply change the font colour, and strikethough = draw a line through it)
  • If a point is denied, it must be done so with an alternative version of facts or claimed rights - you must then rebut that point.
  • If a point requires you to provide further evidence then you must do so. If you cannot then you must withdraw that point.

By this method you narrow the issues remaining in dispute...

Second Notice = WARNING & OPPORTUNITY TO REMEDY

This is witness 1 of the record of the facts and the cause of action, and if no meaningful response removes 'innocent mistake your honour' should the dispute require public dispute resolution.

Time for response: see first notice

If there has been no meaningful response you simply issue a short notice editing the non responsive second notice template and enclosing the original notice and covering letter.

If there is a meaningful response:

  • If a point is admitted, then that requires the point removed from dispute to be 'struckout' (to keep to the original points you simply change the font colour, and strikethough = draw a line through it)
  • If a point is denied, it must be done so with an alternative version of facts or claimed rights - you must then rebut that point.
  • If a point requires you to provide further evidence then you must do so. If you cannot then you must withdraw that point.

By this method you narrow the issues remaining in dispute...

Third Notice = LETTER BEFORE ACTION & OPPORTUNITY TO REMEDY

This is witness 2 of the record of the facts and the cause of action, and if no meaningful response removes 'innocent mistake your honour' should the dispute require public dispute resolution.

Time for response: see first notice

If there has been no meaningful response you simply issue a short notice editing the linked non responsive third notice template, enclosing the original notice and covering letter and the second notice.

If there is a meaningful response:

  • If a point is admitted, then that requires the point removed from dispute to be 'struckout' (to keep to the original points you simply change the font colour, and strikethough = draw a line through it)
  • If a point is denied, it must be done so with an alternative version of facts or claimed rights - you must then rebut that point.
  • If a point requires you to provide further evidence then you must do so. If you cannot then you must withdraw that point.

By this method you further narrow the issues in dispute.

RE-EVALUATE YOUR NEXT STEPS...

Now you must re-evaluate if the remaining points in dispute are worthy to take to court...

For that your dispute cannot be vexatious =

Claiming what you cannot rightfully claim, or
Creating a problem where none exists!

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