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Case No. [insert claim number]
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS OF ENGLAND & WALES
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LIST (ChD)
[INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ENTERPRISE COURT]
[insert full name of claimant] Claimant
[insert full name of defendant] Defendant
Except where otherwise specified, paragraph numbers refer to paragraphs of the Particulars of Claim.
The Defendant pleads to the substantive allegations below. The Defendant requires to be proved any matter not addressed specifically in this Defence.
Paragraphs 1–5 are admitted[ save that]:
[it is not admitted that the Claimant is and has at all material times been the owner of any copyright in the Work;]
[it is not admitted that copyright subsists in the Work under section 1 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988;]
[it is not admitted that the Work was created by [the Claimant OR [insert
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