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  1. andreafinzi
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    Help urgently Needed

    Can someone tell me if this sentance is correct if I use the word TIME instead of AS.

    Thanks

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    As we cannot get this information from A...... confirmed by a bank document can we intimate the Bank to give an immediate reply over this matter as I believe it is our right to have a reply directly from the Bank, TIME B..... has breached the court order, if no reply then can we ask a Court order over this disclosure.

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    Re: Help urgently Needed

    Quote Originally Posted by andreafinzi
    Can someone tell me if this sentance is correct if I use the word TIME instead of AS.

    Thanks

    QUOTE:

    As we cannot get this information from A...... confirmed by a bank document can we intimate the Bank to give an immediate reply over this matter as I believe it is our right to have a reply directly from the Bank, TIME B..... has breached the court order, if no reply then can we ask a Court order over this disclosure.

    UNQUOTE:
    'time' is a noun. What your sentence needs is a transitional element, such as the phrase, "as at this time".

    All the best, :D

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