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Please Help. UK advice desperately needed asap

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Big Mumma

Junior Member
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Hello

I am representing myself in court in 2 weeks time as I cannot afford solicitor costs.
The claimant is my local council who have served me a section 21 and is seeking possession of my home due to ALLEGED Asb (over parking). I have a very good case and can prove the council have neglected to investigate complaints properly. It is an ongoing 6yr dispute with 2 residents. All defence and witness statements from both sides have been submitted.
My question is: I have evidence that I intend to rely on in court but how do I go about using this? I have read that a judge needs to approve this first. I have quite a lot of paperwork/photos that I can use.
Any help will be gratefully received. I am not at all familiar with courts and their protocols although I have researched as much as I can. TIA,
 

Shadowbunny

Queen of the Not-Rights
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Hello

I am representing myself in court in 2 weeks time as I cannot afford solicitor costs.
The claimant is my local council who have served me a section 21 and is seeking possession of my home due to ALLEGED Asb (over parking). I have a very good case and can prove the council have neglected to investigate complaints properly. It is an ongoing 6yr dispute with 2 residents. All defence and witness statements from both sides have been submitted.
My question is: I have evidence that I intend to rely on in court but how do I go about using this? I have read that a judge needs to approve this first. I have quite a lot of paperwork/photos that I can use.
Any help will be gratefully received. I am not at all familiar with courts and their protocols although I have researched as much as I can. TIA,
I'm sorry, this forum is for US law only. You can try here: http://www.thelawforum.co.uk/
 
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