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My company is being taken tothe small claims court by a customer

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My company is being taken tothe small claims court by a customer claiming the item purchased is not working. I intend to defend the claim but am unsure how much evidence I must provide to the court as a responce to the claim. Do I send a letter dealing with the facts as my defence and provide full written evidence when it is heard in court or do I have to present all the defence evidence straght away.

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Steve Dalley

Once the customer files a claim in court, you will get a chance to file a defence where you may refute and raise your version of events.

You do not need to provide evidence until much later if the case is listed for hearing, not now.

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