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Our resident deputy district judge columnist identifies conduct issues in court.
I am acting for a defendant in civil litigation. I have discovered that the claimant’s solicitors closed some time ago, although the firm remains on the court record. As the firm has ceased to trade, I have written to the claimant directly but have not received a response. Is there anything that I can do to amend the court record?
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