The following Dispute Resolution precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Claim No. [insert claim number]
[IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
[BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS [OF ENGLAND AND WALES OR IN [insert location]]]
[Specify specialist court]
[Insert location] DISTRICT REGISTRY
THE COUNTY COURT AT [insert location]
[BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS LIST]]
[insert name] Claimant
[insert name] Defendant
particulars of claim
At all material times:
The Claimant was and is [insert description of the Claimant and their business (where appropriate)].
The Defendant was and is [insert description of the Defendant and their business (where appropriate)].
On or about [insert date] the parties entered into a [written OR oral OR part written, part oral] agreement (‘the Agreement’) as follows:
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