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this.BasketResponse = new SoapSimplifier(basketResponse).ToJObject(); At this point you know you have a JObject: by storing it in a dynamic property you're losing information. I would say there's a case to at least consider storing it in a typed backing field. public string FirstName { get { return this.BasketResponse.deliverydata.firstname; } } ...


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