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CPR 17.1 states that:
‘(1) A party may amend his statement of case at any time before it has been served on any other party.(2) If his statement of case has been served, a party may amend it only-(a) with the written consent of all the other parties; or(b) with the permission of the court.’
‘(1) A party may amend his statement of case at any time before it has been served on any other party.
(2) If his statement of case has been served, a party may amend it only-
(a) with the written consent of all the other parties; or
(b) with the permission of the court.’
For further information on the approach a party should adopt when amending a statement of case, see Practice Note: Amending a statement of case—introduction and costs. In particular, once a statement of case has been served, the permission of the court will be required to amend unless the other parties have consented in writing to the amendment (see Practice Note: Amending a statement of case—introduction and costs in this regard).
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