A skeleton argument is a written document provided to the court in advance of a hearing which summarises the issues to be addressed (factual and legal), the main arguments that will be put forward in relation to each of the issues. and the authorities which will be relied upon.
The bundle should consist of:
i) Witness statement
Ii) Skeleton Arguments
Iii) Evidence relied upon
Iv) Case law/authority
V) Must be paginated
(1) The purpose of a skeleton argument is to assist the court by setting out as concisely as practicable the arguments upon which a party intends to rely.
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