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DEALING WITH A BARE DENIAL AND THE ABSENCE OF A COUNTER-SCHEDULE: ABRASIVE PART 18 QUESTIONS TO ASK

In a post in Civil Litigation Brief I set out the problems caused by a “bare denial” in a defence.  This can be a problem in fatal accident claims, particularly where, for instance, the defence “denies” that a claimant is a dependant but gives no detail of that denial.  The law relating to this is […]