If you decide to defend the case on the merits, you must use the prescribed form, available from the clerk. You must state your reasons for defending on the merits.
Your defence will only be received if you pay the required judicial fees, using an accepted method of payment.
At the same time, you will have to file a list of the people who will be called as witnesses.
You must also, within 10 days, file the supporting documents for your dispute, either as originals or copies, at the courthouse where your application is filed. It is recommended that you make copies for your own records.