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    Originally posted by zeitghost View Post
    You've never actually smelled any Brut, have you...
    The last brute CM smelt wore a string vest and drank Stella.

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      Great success with the call to British Gas over my direct debit...

      I think they've just lost a customer.

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        Thank god for minature hard drives and the dos command xcopy. All of ClientCo's network belong to me.

        Oh, also doing the last day clear down!

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          It's Deja-vu all over again!

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            I'm back - just been to the court. My decree nisi was issued this morning.... I'm nearly there

            The judge was lovely - he said "I hope you now have closure, my dear"
            Bazza gets caught
            Socrates - "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing."

            CUK University Challenge Champions 2010

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              Originally posted by cailin maith View Post
              I'm back - just been to the court. My decree nisi was issued this morning.... I'm nearly there

              The judge was lovely - he said "I hope you now have closure, my dear"
              A decree nisi (non-absolute ruling) is a ruling by a court that does not have any force until such time that a particular condition is met. Once the condition is met the ruling becomes decree absolute and is binding. Typically, the condition is that no new evidence or further petitions with a bearing on the case are introduced to the court.

              This form of ruling has become a rarity in recent times, with one exception—in some jurisdictions it is still a standard stage of divorce proceedings. In the United Kingdom one judge approved 34 decrees nisi in just over a minute. [1] This allows time for any party who objects to the divorce to come forward with those objections. It is also at times termed as rule nisi. In most common law jurisdictions, a decree nisi must be obtained in possession proceedings before the court will order foreclosure under a mortgage enforcement.
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                Originally posted by AndyGarbs View Post
                A decree nisi (non-absolute ruling) is a ruling by a court that does not have any force until such time that a particular condition is met. Once the condition is met the ruling becomes decree absolute and is binding. Typically, the condition is that no new evidence or further petitions with a bearing on the case are introduced to the court.

                This form of ruling has become a rarity in recent times, with one exception—in some jurisdictions it is still a standard stage of divorce proceedings. In the United Kingdom one judge approved 34 decrees nisi in just over a minute. [1] This allows time for any party who objects to the divorce to come forward with those objections. It is also at times termed as rule nisi. In most common law jurisdictions, a decree nisi must be obtained in possession proceedings before the court will order foreclosure under a mortgage enforcement.
                Yes, AG - spot on
                Bazza gets caught
                Socrates - "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing."

                CUK University Challenge Champions 2010

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                  Originally posted by AndyGarbs View Post
                  A decree nisi (non-absolute ruling) is a ruling by a court that does not have any force until such time that a particular condition is met. Once the condition is met the ruling becomes decree absolute and is binding. Typically, the condition is that no new evidence or further petitions with a bearing on the case are introduced to the court.

                  This form of ruling has become a rarity in recent times, with one exception—in some jurisdictions it is still a standard stage of divorce proceedings. In the United Kingdom one judge approved 34 decrees nisi in just over a minute. [1] This allows time for any party who objects to the divorce to come forward with those objections. It is also at times termed as rule nisi. In most common law jurisdictions, a decree nisi must be obtained in possession proceedings before the court will order foreclosure under a mortgage enforcement.

                  Mine was granted nearly 2 years ago now and I'm still waiting for my decree absolute (due to wrangling over the financial settlement).
                  The party (the applicant) granted the decree nisi has got to wait 11 weeks before they can apply for the decree absolute.
                  Last edited by KathyWoolfe; 4 April 2008, 10:49.
                  It's Deja-vu all over again!

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                    Originally posted by KathyWoolfe View Post
                    Mine was granted nearly 2 years ago now and I'm still waiting for my decree absolute (due to wrangling over the financial settlement).
                    The party (the applicant) granted the decree nisi has got to wait 11 weeks before they can apply for the decree absolute.
                    Not here - 6 weeks and one day which makes it - 19 May
                    Bazza gets caught
                    Socrates - "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing."

                    CUK University Challenge Champions 2010

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                      just had a Grand National sweepstake round the office

                      my 2 horses will be dog food by the end of the race if they ever make it
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