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    #46
    I've just deleted most of my reply as LesleyAnne has just correctly said it all. My only mild disagreement with her is that you should not be deterred from coming back here with questions until you do fully understand.

    Specifically on my post#16; Before (and if- it's a big if)it goes to court you are still in negotiations. There is nothing to be gained by an outright admittance at that stage.
    Last edited by boletus; 26-05-2013, 19:26 PM. Reason: Damn! Westminster has said it better too. Wot she said.

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      #47
      Originally posted by boletus View Post
      I've just deleted most of my reply as LesleyAnne has just correctly said it all. My only mild disagreement with her is that you should not be deterred from coming back here with questions until you do fully understand.
      I never meant to discourage the OP from asking any questions, but merely pointing them in the direction of the answers already given which specifically address the question they had asked!

      The problem with this type of protracted thread, is if we (and the OP) do not refresh our memory of what has already been covered, the same issues go round and round ...

      If Missterry still needs further clarification, please come back and ask again, but it is worth you going back to the beginning of the thread to see whether things are any clearer now.

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        #48
        Originally posted by LesleyAnne View Post
        The problem with this type of protracted thread, is if we (and the OP) do not refresh our memory of what has already been covered, the same issues go round and round ...
        I agree.

        OP's question was firmly answered well before the end of page 1. Unfortunately, OP either didn't read or take on board the initial comments, so we've been going round and round ever since, repeating ourselves in various permutations, but to no effect.

        OP should read and re-read the thread until it sinks in. If there is a new question which hasn't yet been answered, I'd be very surprised.

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          #49
          Originally posted by westminster View Post

          OP should read and re-read the thread until it sinks in. If there is a new question which hasn't yet been answered, I'd be very surprised.
          I've got one. Is there any wine left?
          'Pause you who read this, and think for a moment of the long chain of iron or gold, of thorns or flowers, that would never have bound you, but for the formation fo the first link on one memorable day'. Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

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            #50
            I hear you..I've taken time to re-read the thread a few times and it's finally sinked in. Thanks so much for your help and patience, I was never a quick learner in school...I'll report back with any updates or anything else that may arise.

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