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The application should be made using:
—Form N244 generally
—Form N244(CC) if the application is being made in the Commercial Court
—Form N244(CCFL) if the application is being made in the Financial List in the Commercial Court
—Form N244(CHFL) if the application is being made in the Financial List in the Chancery Division
The form should be filled in with the details of the court proceedings.
Set out the order you require. Proposed wording for this application is:
The Applicant seeks an order pursuant to the Norwich Pharmacal jurisdiction requesting the respondent to disclose and provide for inspection the information requested in the draft Order (attached).
[Insert what it is that the respondent has done to facilitate the wrong doing eg The Defendant, via its operation of a discussion forum on the website YY (the website) has facilitated the wrongdoing of others in that forum on dates between day/month/year to day/month/year. The wrongdoing comprised of statements about the Claimant published on the website by the forum users whose identities are currently unknown to the Claimant. The statements contain seriously defamatory allegations about
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