Part 36: Example of a defendant's offer to settle (with drafting notes)

This letter (with integrated drafting notes) is an example of a defendant's Part 36 offer to settle. It can be used as a pre-action offer to settle a dispute or an offer to settle after proceedings have commenced. Making such an offer can constitute an effective means of putting pressure on the claimant to settle.

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