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In a claim where liability was admitted and a client received a £3,000 interim payment, is there any obligation for that interim payment to be repaid to the defendant's insurers in circumstances where the client is not proceeding? The client has not responded and I am preparing to close their file on that basis.

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Published on LexisPSL on 26/05/2020

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  • In a claim where liability was admitted and a client received a £3,000 interim payment, is there any obligation for that interim payment to be repaid to the defendant's insurers in circumstances where the client is not proceeding? The client has not responded and I am preparing to close their file on that basis.

In a claim where liability was admitted and a client received a £3,000 interim payment, is there any obligation for that interim payment to be repaid to the defendant's insurers in circumstances where the client is not proceeding? The client has not responded and I am preparing to close their file on that basis.

An interim payment is a payment made by a defendant on account of a claimant's monetary claim before the court has made a final determination on the amount of that claim. For further guidance, see Practice Note: Interim payments—guiding principles.

The Butterworths Personal Injury Litigation Service defines it as ‘a payment on

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