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    Would a judge's decision to make an order under CPR 3.4/3.5 ordering a claimant to file and serve "fully pleaded particulars", but not on the basis of it being an "unless" order and with no reference to striking out, necessarily lead to striking out if the claimant failed to provide said particulars?

    No, but under those circumstances the judge has a discretion to strike out for failure to comply with a court order under rule 3.4(2)(b). The other party is very likely to apply for summary judgment in those circumstances. The judge could grant an extension, of course.

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