4. The List of Documents

As always, the information provided is the result of the experiences of defendants who have been in dispute. It is NOT intended to replace professional legal advice and you should always see a solicitor about any claim against you. Remember to take the skeleton argument (in the Court Bundle section) with you.

The documents in this section are to help you put together an evidence bundle for a court hearing.

Once you have completed your witness statement, you will have a number of associated documents (letters, contracts, etc) that you will want to file into court as part of your evidence bundle. The following document is a draft Document List. Complete it when you have got together all of the documents you want to send.

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RTA (Business Consultants) Limited

Mr Defendant


Document 1 – Witness Statement of yourself

Document 2 – Copy of the agreement

Document 3 – Results of investigations made by the Daily Mirror

Document 4 – Evidence from other clients of the claimant

Document 5 – Screen prints from claimant’s website

Document 6 – Pages 18 to 21 of the RTA Salesmen’s Handbook

Document 7 – Job Specification for Claimant’s Field Sales staff

Document 8 - The Judgment relating to Mrs Sharifa Ismael - District Judge stated RTA's contract 'tainted with illegality'

Document 9 – The Judgment relating to McCleod - RTA's contract 'tainted with illegality'

Document 10 –

Document 11 – RTA (Business Consultants) Limited vs Gill Draper [2009]

Document 12 – Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd v New Garage & Motor Co Ltd [1914]:

Document 13 - Spurling (J) Ltd v Bradshaw (1956) 1 WLR 461

Document 14 - Foxtons Ltd v Pelkey Bicknell & Anor [2008] EWCA Civ 419

Document 15 - R and B Customs Brokers v United Dominion Trusts Ltd [1988] 1 WLR 321

Document 16 - Correspondence from [name of Business Transfer Company e.g. RTA/Meridian/Knightsbridge [