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Deal with Circuit Court Order in District Court?

  • 23-02-2023 3:13pm
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    Are there any circumstances in which it is permissible to deal with Circuit Court Order in District Court?

    My understanding is that, ordinarily, one would have to go to the Circuit Court itself because the Order was made there AND it's a higher court - but are there any exceptions to this?

    For example, lets say you were dealing with a Divorce Order made in the Circuit Court and some part of it was not observed or followed... would it be possible to go to the District Court for relief, particularly if you had been to the District Court in the past - or would you just have to go back to the Circuit Court as the order originated there?

    I'd be grateful if anyone could weigh in, my thanks in advance!!



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