The orders require you to Provide the Evidence Of the items listed in form 13.
So if a party lists a personal loan, then evidence of that loan must be given to the other side.
As you have no loans, if you have listed bank accounts shares etc then under the order you must provide copies of bank statements for those accounts and share certificates for the shares.
In relation to the furniture it is an estimate based on what its resale value would be and there is no evidence that you can provide for that just a list of the furniture.
In relation to financial contributions made at the commencement of the cohabitation, what that means is if you say that you came into the relationship with the property then you need to provide evidence at the date you enter the relationship the property was in your name. This would be contained in your affidavit and you would attach relevant documents to show that you were the owner of the property.
If you can show a bank balance at the time you entered cohabitation that would be good evidence as to what you say.
If you do not have a bank statement or a letter from the bank to confirm at the time you into the relationship the balance of your account was $X it is your word against the other party as to what you into the relationship with and vice versa.
The order requires you to provide evidence of what you have at the time the relationship started. It also requires you to provide evidence of what you have listed in the form 13.
Is that a little bit clearer?