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When issuing a Part 20 claim do you need to give RTA notice to the potential Part 20 defendants (who are not currently existing parties)?

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Last updated on 19/09/2017

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  • When issuing a Part 20 claim do you need to give RTA notice to the potential Part 20 defendants (who are not currently existing parties)?

When issuing a Part 20 claim do you need to give RTA notice to the potential Part 20 defendants (who are not currently existing parties)?

Section 152(1) of the Road Traffic Act 1988 (RTA 1988) states that:

‘(1) No sum is payable by an insurer under section 151 of this Act—

(a) in respect of any judgment unless, before or within seven days after the commencement of the proceedings in which the judgment was given, the insurer had notice of the bringing of the proceedings, or

(b) in respect of any judgment so long as execution on the judgment is stayed pending an appeal, or

(c) in connection with any

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