Hi i had a claim after a road Accident hit from behind,can i still cancel court proceedings after a part 36 offer i know i would have to pay.
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Hi i had a claim in after a road Accident, hit from behind,can i still cancel court proceedings after a part 36 offer ,the other party would like to take it to court because they would not accpect the part 36 offer i know i would have to pay fees but i dont want to go to court.
Yes, you can still cancel Court proceedings.
You just say to the other side you do not want to go ahead.
But yes, you can cancel and not go to Court.
You let the Court and the other side know.
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