BRACERS Record Detail
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Davies tells BR he saw Maw and Meynell, telling them that BR would concede to nothing more and the fight will continue unless Maw brings himself within the conditions of Davies' letter.
"I also emphasized that whereas resort to the divorce court as to custody must be definitely eliminated, it must be left open for any party to seek the protection of the Chancery Judge for the children, and Meynell understood and accepted this."
"As to the evidence, Maw said that nothing was asked as regards to your affidavit, but that Dora claimed to have an answer to the charges contained in other witnesses' affidavits. He said he thought it would be very vulnerable if you read her evidence, which has been prepared but not yet sworn. I said my letter expressed all that we would or could do, namely, removed the evidence from the file on the footing that Dora had refrained from filing evidence in answer only because the summonses were being withdrawn by universal assent before the occasion had arisen for her to file her evidence."
Record last modified 2016/02/08
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