—(1) Before a writ is issued, it must be endorsed —
with a statement of claim or, if the statement of claim is not endorsed on the writ, with a concise statement of the nature of the claim made or the relief or remedy required in the action begun thereby;
where the claim made by the plaintiff is for a debt or liquidated demand only, with a statement of the amount claimed in respect of the debt or demand and for costs and also with a statement that further proceedings will be stayed if, within the time limited for appearing, the defendant pays the amount so claimed to the plaintiff or his solicitor;
where the plaintiff sues in a representative capacity, with a statement of the capacity in which he sues;
where a defendant is sued in a representative capacity, with a statement of the capacity in which he is sued;
where the plaintiff sues by a solicitor, with the plaintiff’s address and the solicitor’s name or firm and a business address of his within the jurisdiction;
where the plaintiff sues in person —
with the address of his place of residence and, if his place of residence is not within the jurisdiction or if he has no place of residence, the address of a place within the jurisdiction at or to which documents for him may be delivered or sent; and
with his occupation; and
with the number of days within which an appearance is required to be entered under Order 12, Rule 4.
(2) The address for service of a plaintiff shall be —
where he sues by a solicitor, the business address of the solicitor endorsed on the writ; and
where he sues in person, the address within the jurisdiction endorsed on the writ.