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Less-particularity doctrine

Definition

With respect to pleading, the principle that a plaintiff’s allegations may be presented with less specificity—so long as they provide notice to the defendant of the issues being presented—where circumstances indicate that the defendant has superior knowledge of the particular facts.

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