Form

Form N9D: Make a defence or counterclaim: unspecified amount

Defend a money claim for an unspecified amount (or a non-monetary claim) if you dispute it. You can also use the form to make a counterclaim.

Documents

Defence / Counterclaim (Unspecified amount and non-money claims)

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Amddiffyniad a Gwrth-hawliad (symiau amhenodol, hawliadau anari-annol a dychwelyd nwyddau) / Defence and counterclaim (Unspecified amount, non-money and return of goods claim)

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Details

If you are admitting part of the money claim (or non-monetary claim) and defending the other part, you must submit this form together with Form N9 C: Admission (unspecified amount and non-money claims). There are strict deadlines for submitting both forms.

Find out more about how to respond to a court claim for money.

You might find it useful to read the ‘Notes for defendant’ on Form N1: Make a claim against a person or organisation.

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Published 1 April 2008