The general rules on presentation were covered in Chapter 16 (pp. 131–8), but presenting a moot is a specialised form and so you need to prepare carefully. What you are doing is mimicking what a barrister would do in an appeal but on a much smaller scale. As a result, the things you do must be what would be done in court.
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