page 41 para 8. 11 of the PDF you kindly gave a link to, gives advice to say that although in respect of CPR 3.1
If practicable, the particulars of claim should be set out in the claim form.
then, however, goes on to say, don't do it unless the particulars are "in a few sentences"
I don't understand that comment. The Rule says "if practicable" but does not say what that means. A natural common-sense interpretation would be that if the particulars on akin to War and Peace then fair enough don't set them out in the claim form. But otherwise, do. that's what 3.1 says but the advice in para 8.11 says something else??
I have drafted particulars set out in the claim form and there are about 50 paras over 10 or so pages and now I`m thinking is there a CPR rule (other than 3.1 possibly?) that I have not complied with?
Or perhaps I am just being overly-cautious?