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How Do I Address a County Court Judge?

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A court judge is addressed as 'sir'. Before commencing any action in the County Court it is important to write to the trader a letter advising him/her of your intention to take action in the small claims track in the County Court. .
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Your Honor, Your Judgeship, Sir, Judge and their name, If the judge is a woman, Madame. Always with respect. That will get you further than anything else.
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1. Address the letter appropriately. The proper manner to address a letter to a county court judge is: The Honorable Susan Doe. Judge. County Court of Waterfall ...
1. Address the letter appropriately. The proper manner to address a letter to a county court judge is: The Honorable Susan Doe. Judge. County Court of Waterfall ...
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