- In brief: Claimant Part 36 offer accepted late—interplay between CPR 36 and CPR 45, Part IIIA fixed costs regime (Hislop v Perde)
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- What was this case about?
- What did the court decide?
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Dispute Resolution analysis: Jeff Hardman, barrister at New Square Chambers, considers this recent decision by HHJ Walden-Smith (on appeal) concerning the interplay between the fixed costs regime prescribed by Section IIIA of CPR Part 45 and the provisions in Part 36 where an offer had been accepted outside the relevant period.
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