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    Hey everyone, need a bit of help if possible. Basically I have all but passed my LPC with the exception of Advocacy which I deferred and am due to take next week. I am absolutely fine with content etc. but as I took the classes 4 months ago I have completely forgotten the types of questions the Master can ask you apart from 'when documents should have been served'.

    If anyone remembers the types of questions the master asks, i'd be hugely grateful.

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    1. Remember it may be Sir/Madam rather than Master - depending on which court it is in

    2. I found that the Judge actually asked you very little instead it was fairly open. So if you were the Respondent you'd just reply to what the Applicant said. And you can sort of guess that based on what evidence you've and SoCs you've been given.

    3. Few important things to remember is to say what is agreed. What is denied. What is thefactual issue in dispue. What is the legal issue that needs to be decided

    4. Judge could ask you what costs you want e.g costs in the case etc
 
 
 
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