List of documents—standard disclosure (with drafting notes)

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  • List of documents—standard disclosure (with drafting notes)

List of documents—standard disclosure (with drafting notes)

The list of documents should generally be completed on Form N265 (List of documents: standard disclosure). However, different forms apply depending on the court in which the claim is proceeding, for example:

Form N265 Commercial Court—Form N265(CC)

Financial List, Commercial Court—Form N265(CCFL)

Financial List, Chancery Division—Form N265(CHFL)

Note: Where proceedings have been brought in the Business and Property Courts, these may be subject to the disclosure pilot scheme. For guidance, see: Disclosure pilot scheme—overview.

Disclosure statement

All lists of documents must include a signed disclosure statement. The court form N265 contains a pro-forma.

'I did not search for documents:-'

The form gives an option for the disclosing party to set out the limitations of their search.

Electronic documents

The form allows the parties to set out what electronic documents were searched for.

'I have not permitted

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