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Evidence In Reply

Evidence in opposition and Evidence in reply in relation to the Technology and Construction Court

Likewise, any evidence in opposition to the application should, unless the rules expressly provide otherwise, be given by way of witness statement verified by a statement of truth. It is important to ensure that the evidence in opposition to the application is served in good time before the hearing so as to enable: • the Technology and Construction Court to read and note up the evidence; • the applicant to put in any further evidence in reply that may be considered necessary. Such evidence should be served at least 5 working days before the hearing. Any evidence in reply should be served not less than 3 working days before the hearing. Again, if there are disputes as to the time taken or to be taken for the preparation of evidence prior to a hearing, or any other matters in respect of a suitable timetable for that hearing, the Technology and Construction Court will consider the written positions of both parties and decide such disputes on paper. It will not normally be necessary for either a separate application to be issued or a hearing to be held for such a purpose. If the hearing of an application has to be adjourned because of delays by one or other of the parties in serving evidence, the Technology and Construction Court is likely to order that party to pay the costs straight away, and to make a summary assessment of those costs.



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