Form

Form N242A: Notice of offer to settle (Section 1 - Part 36)

Use this form to make an offer to settle all or part of a claim, counterclaim, additional claim, appeal, cross-appeal or detailed costs assessment proceedings.

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Notice of offer to settle (Section 1 - Part 36)

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Hysbysiad o gynnig i setlo (Adran 1 - Rhan 36) / Notice of offer to settle (Section 1 - Part 36)

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Details

Read the notes in section 4 of the form before you fill it in.

The form includes a ‘notice of acceptance’ to be filled in by the other person (or organisation) if they accept your offer.

You cannot use this form to make an offer if the claim is allocated to the small claims track.

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Published 1 June 2015