Part 36 offer

Is the Part 36 Offer Still Fit for Purpose After Hislop v Perde?

When the CPR came into force in April 1999, the old method of placing your opponent on risk as to costs in litigation, the Payment into Court, was replaced by Part 36 of the CPR. The intention was the same as the payment into court – to put some pressure Read the full article…

Defendants Late Acceptance of Part 36 Offer In Otherwise Fixed-Fee Case Prompts District Judge To Award Indemnity Costs

Another reminder, if any was needed, that late acceptance of a Part 36 offer can lead to severe costs consequences, was the message from two more recent District Judge decisions. Many Claimants will fondly remember the decision of the Court of Appeal in Broadhurst v. Tan [2016] EWCA Civ 94 Read the full article…