wind past tense wound. CalifJim, Anonymouswind past tense wound A curious comment, given the topic of the thread. Note also, wound#past tense wounded CJ . Fandorin,
need is a regular verb so you add#ed to make past tense#needed. the past participle of need is also needed Past perfect is had + past participle.
I get to this page by clicking on "Craigslist, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada".What are you yankees doing here?This is a Canadian site.
And there are at least three of us who are BC lawyers.
Having said that, you - talking now to the OP - have to be either a family who objects to the relief sought or the person over whom a committeeship is rwise you would not have been served and would not have standing to oppose the application h are you?
Do you oppose the proposed committeship or just the proposed Committee?And if the latter, who else do you propose as the Committee?And in either case, what is the basis of your opposition?