statement of case
The document(s) in which a party sets out its case in civil litigation. Known as a 'pleading' before the introduction of the Civil Procedure Rules. A statement of case may be a claim form, particulars of claim, a defence, a Part 20 claim, a reply to a defence, and any further information provided in relation to these documents.

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