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[ON YOUR LETTERHEAD]
Without prejudice save as to costs
[Name and address of other party’s solicitor]
Dear [insert contact name]
[Insert subject of letter]
We refer to our [letter of [insert date] OR open letter of today’s date] regarding the dispute between our respective clients in relation to [insert details of the dispute, eg our client’s repudiation claim]. As set out in that letter, both we and our client are confident that [it will be successful should this matter go to [arbitration OR trial] OR your client’s claim is unsustainable]. Nonethel
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