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[In the High Court of Justice
In the County Court at [insert]]
Claim No: [insert claim number]
Claim issued on [day of month 20xx]
[insert name and details of the Claimant]
[insert name and details of the Defendant]
Paragraphs 1 and 2 in the Particulars of Claim are admitted.
As to Paragraphs 3 to 5, the Defendant will aver as follows:
[Insert details of the incident the Defendant will aver to, eg: On the evening of 12 June 2006, PCs Black and Blue (‘the Officers’) were on foot patrol on Oxford Road in Manchester.]
[[Insert details of the incident the Defendant will aver to, eg At around 11:50 pm the Officers saw the Claimant smash the passenger window of a car which was around 100 yards ahead of them and reach
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