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    Hi, I need help filling in the N181 form for a disability discrimination claim. I am the claimant. I thought the claim would go to small claims as it is under 10,000. But it has been proposed to fast track. Form in due back before Monday, 24/01/22 so any help is appreciated. Thanks

    I will be putting in a reply to the defence.

    The claim is that a business stopped people exempt from face masks coming in unless they wore a face shield. They allowed in children under 11 without face coverings. Also people would put the face mask under their chin and the staff didn't stop them coming in.

    Can you tell be what to put in the N181 form and what are draft directions? I am especially struggling with sections, B2,D2,D4,E,G
    In B2 do I put yes and my county court?

    In D2 do I write why is should be in small claims?
    In D4 what do I write? what is this question mean?

    In E do I put no? I am relying on a scientific study which proves face shield offer no protection against covid. This study is available publicly and has been in news articles, all I would need to do it submit the study and results from the internet. Does this count as expert evidence?

    In F do i put my name?

    In G what time do I put?

    In I, i would like to make an application to get the defence stuck out if the defendant doesn't provide a better defence, i would like to give them 14 days from 24/01/22 for them to provide a better defence. They have basically just stated what their policy is and that they think it is fore safety reasons without stating why under 11 were allowed in and why people with face masks under chin where allowed in. They havent even confirmed any interactions with staff or what happened. In emails to customer service they dont reply to your enquiry and just send a generic reply.

    In J i need to have draft directions but i don't know what this is. Does anyone have a template of what i need to put?
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