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Disclosure of information

Anyone involved in a dispute has a duty to provide information to the other party, and to the court. Sorting out the dispute should be done with a ‘cards on the table’ approach. The formal rules are found in Part 31 of the Civil Procedure Rules – see here What does disclosure mean? Both...

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What happens when a claim is not a small claim?

Not all claims are ‘small claims’ (see article defining small claims) So, what happens to the more complicated claims and those where the claimant is seeking a sum of money more than £10,000? Tracks are the ‘route’ a claim will take to go from the point of issue to a final decision made by ...

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