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IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION
by his litigation friend [LITIGATION FRIEND] Claimant
[THE DEFENDANT] Defendant
PARTICULARS OF CLAIM
The Claimant seeks a declaration and damages arising from the raid on his home on [date] and his subsequent detention between [date] and [date].
In summary, the Claimant claims that:
On [date], during the course of the raid on the Claimant’s home, the Claimant suffered a number of assaults and batteries and/or breaches of Article 3 ECHR, and suffered false imprisonment and/or a breach of Article 5 ECHR;
The Claimant’s detention between [date] and [date] was false imprisonment and/or a breach of Article 5 ECHR.
The Defendant is, and was at all material times, responsible for the actions of the [detaining authority], its officers and/or servants and/or agents. The Claimant’s claim against the Defendant relates to the acts or omissions of the Defendant’s officers and/or servants and/or agents acting under the direction and control of the Defendant and for whose acts and omissions the Defendant is liable.
The [Claimant] was detained in a raid on his home. The Claimant was detained on the basis of [the legal basis on which the detaining authority believed he could be detained].
During the course of that raid the Claimant suffered injury as a result of [actions of the detaining authority].
Raid on [date] – assault and
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