Drafting statements of case

A practical guide to drafting statements of case. This note addresses how to draft the particulars of claim and defence, and highlights the requirements in different courts.

Note: This note does not deal with the rules for drafting statements of case in cases proceeding under the Shorter trials scheme pilot, operating in the Rolls Building from 1 October 2015. For information on what the requirements are in those proceedings, see Practice note, Shorter trials scheme (STS) pilot (Rolls Building).

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