Particulars of claim: actual and repudiatory breach of contract

This is an example particulars of claim that can be used as a starting point when drafting a claim for actual or repudiatory breach of contract (or both). It includes an optional claim for a declaration, in addition to the claim for damages. The particulars of claim must be adapted to the specific facts and circumstances of the claim and should be read in conjunction with the accompanying integrated drafting notes and Practice note, Drafting statements of case.

Note: this resource assumes that the action is not proceeding under the shorter trial schemes pilot (STS pilot) which operates in the Rolls Building from 1 October 2015. For information on the requirements for drafting statements of case under the STS pilot, see Practice note, Shorter trials scheme (STS) pilot (Rolls Building).

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