Calderbank letter from solicitors acting for a defendant (with drafting notes)

An example of a defendant's Calderbank letter setting out an offer to settle (also known as a non-Part 36 offer to settle or a Part 44 without prejudice save as to costs offer), with integrated drafting notes.


 

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