Admission

An acknowledgement of the truth of a fact or allegation. Admissions are made by or on behalf of a party to a dispute before or during proceedings. They can be made in various forms, in writing or orally, informally and formally. For more information, see Practice note, Admissions: an overview ( www.practicallaw.com/5-203-3831) .

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