IN reply tom Virtual Acorn.
Now that confidential docs are starting to be leaked. Perhaps it is now time to do "all or nothing".
I find this tit for tat interesting (in a tabloid paper kind of way) but it should be either private (get it finihed once and for all) or out in the open; getting it finished once and for all.
Regarding "faked" documents. As you stated you studied contract law during your degree, perhaps "Faked" is not the most appropriate word to use based on your expertise.
You say the document was switched at the last minute. If this is the case, then you should immediately contact a solicitor and perhaps the police. If you mean that the wrond document was placed in front of you by mistake and you (not you personally but ROL) signed then why did you not read the thing you signed.
In a recent tender, I kept everyone waiting 30 minutes at the end to "Personally" read the WHOLE 74 page document. Yes I can speed read.
Perhaps if the relevant parties had done this in the beginnin then we wouldn't be in this apparent mess.
I wish, all of you, all the best in sorting out this disagreement.
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