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Defence for a passenger who knowingly travelled in the defendant’s vehicle when the driver was under the influence of alcohol or drugs
In the county court at [insert]
Claim No: [insert number]
A B Claimant
X Y Defendant
It is admitted that the accident described at paragraph 1 occurred at the time and place stated.
For the purposes of this action, it is admitted that the Defendant was driving [under the influence of alcohol OR under the influence of cannabis] and that the accident was caused by the negligence of the Defendant.
The Defendant will say that on the evening of the accident, the Claimant and the Defendant had been at a party together. The Claimant was aware that the Defendant had [consumed alcohol OR smoked cannabis] at this party [and had on several occasions brought the Defendant further alcoholic drinks OR and had smoked three
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