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What is a Part 36 offer to settle in a Civil Dispute?

In a civil dispute, one party will often carefully consider making a Part 36 offer to the other. These offers are not available in small claims and are only applicable to claims with a value of more than £10,000. These are not simply offers to settle for a specified amount; their purpose is to...

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Employment Law

Dispute Law – An Introduction

What is a dispute? A dispute is an argument or disagreement between two or more parties. It might be something as simple as an argument over the cost of building work done on your home or a change to your contract or work proposed by your employer. Disputes can also occur between businesses, for...

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ADR

How Enforceable Are Your ADR Clauses

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is the collective term given to certain methods used to resolve disputes as an alternative to court proceedings. The most common form of ADR is mediation, with surveys often showing very high success rates of referred disputes resulting in settlement. Generally, ...

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