Additional claims and counterclaims under CPR 20: overview

A guide to CPR 20 and the procedure for bringing a counterclaim or an additional claim, such as a claim for contribution or indemnity against a third party. The note considers practical issues such as when permission is required to bring an additional claim, how to identify the parties in statements of case, and costs where there is an additional claim.


 

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