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As a personal litigant who has been fighting a claim for the last two and a half years I take exception to the tone in the letter "Time to curb the personal litigant" (The Lawyer, 21 June).
As an "impecunious, inexperienced amateur", I have dealt with my claim from the start and been awarded judgment by the courts. I have tried to enforce the judgment by every means available, and have still not seen, or am likely to see, any of the money. What advantage would a solicitor have over me, when the judgment cannot be enforced by the legal system?
It is not the personal litigant that is the problem, it is the legal system.