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[In the High Court of Justice
In the COUNTY COURT AT [insert]]
[[Specify Specialist court]]
[[Insert location] District Registry]
[A B] Claimant
[X Y] Defendants
It is admitted that at approximately midnight on the 12th June 2018, in Oxford Road, Manchester, at a point near the Evolution bar, the Defendant was sitting in the driver’s seat of his private hire vehicle bearing the registration number SM02 YRN.
Paragraph 2 is denied. The Defendant refused to convey the Claimant as he was waiting for a passenger who had made a booking.
Having been angered by the Defendant’s refusal to take a fare, the Claimant reached in through the passenger window of the taxi and took hold of the handle in an attempt to
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