Claim documents before a judge (don't try and anticipate a defence except limitations)
|Particulars of claim
|Grounds of appeal
|The claim form generally gives names and addresses for service
The claimant must
specifically set out the following matters
in his particulars of claim where he wishes to rely on them in
support of his claim:
|A witness statement is a written statement signed by a person which contains the evidence which that person would be allowed to give orally.
grounds of appeal
must identify as precisely as possible the respects in which the
judgment of the court below is (a) wrong, or (b) unjust because of
a serious prodecural or other irregularity, as required by
CPR rule 52.11(3).
(2) The reasons why the decision under appeal is wrong or unjust must not be included in the grounds of appeal and must be confined to the skeleton argument.
(1) The Skeleton argument is to assist the court by setting out as concisely as practicable the arguments upon which a party intends to rely.
(2) A skeleton argument must:
(3) Documents to be relied apon must be identified
(4) Where it is necessary to refer to an authority, the skeleton argument must (a) state the proposition of law the authority demonstrates; and (b) identify the parts of the authority that support the proposition. If more than one authority is cited in support of a given proposition, the skeleton argument must briefly state why.