The preliminary memorandum is a list of decisions that the court must make during the hearing. Some courts want you to write a joint preliminary memorandum with the other person to show that you agree on what needs to be decided during the hearing. Other courts want you to submit sworn assurances (sworn statements, written statements) from witnesses who will testify for you at trial. In some courts, if you and the person you are suing are the only witnesses, you may be able to serve the trial on the same day as the preliminary conference. If the other party refuses to sign documents required by a written agreement, you can apply and ask the court to designate an “Elisor” to sign the documents on behalf of that party. In this case, the clerk effectively signs the document and becomes a valid and enforceable legal document. Suppose one party was ordered to execute an interscale transfer document to transfer a property to the other spouse, and they refuse to actually sign that document. You can apply for an Elisor and the administrator will sign the deed on behalf of that party. At the time of a judgment, he will consider the terms and conditions if one of the parties does not respect his agreement. In most cases, the debtor is responsible for all initial debts, including interest and commissions, net of funds already repaid, when a debtor does not comply with the payment plan agreed in an established judgment. The Court of Appeal of England and Wales (Civil Division) upheld the General Court`s obligation to justify a judgment, subject to certain exceptions (.
B, for example, oral judgment or summary judgment).  The Court also found that the explanatory statement of the judgment constituted “an ordinary procedural function and therefore of justice”.  The parties must be able to determine the reasons why the Tribunal made the decision in question. Moreover, the motivation for a practical purpose serves, to the extent that it necessarily requires, that the Tribunal carefully consider the cases before it.  However, the Court also found that the exercise of the explanatory statement of the judgment is contextual and that the measure of what is acceptable for a judgment will vary depending on the circumstances.  The Tribunal seems to suggest that the supreme requirement is that the Tribunal explain in some way why it made the decision in question.  A court`s judgment obligations are set out in the Code of Civil Procedure.  A court decision must contain certain information, including the parties and their representatives, the Tribunal and the judges involved in the decision, the date of the proceedings, the merits of the proceedings and the reasons for the judgment.  In practical terms, the legislation provides that “claims and remedies or defence must be brought to justice, highlighting petitions filed.