Tactics for Litigation and Part 36 Offers

Upperton-Evans, Nichola
August 2005
Credit Control;2005, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p8
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Part 36 and Without Prejudice section of the Civil Procedure Rules in Great Britain. The rules are conceived as being something that lawyers deal with. However, if used properly they can be a useful tool for small and medium enterprises to take control of litigation and to put pressure upon parties to settle claims at an early stage.


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