royal courts of justice II

Litigation

This is the name for presenting claims to court.

Since April 1999, when the Civil Procedure Rules came into force, the conduct of claims in the High Court and County Court have been made more open so that both sides in a dispute know what the case of their opponent is before they reach court. In this way cases may be settled before the final abritration by a Judge, which by virtue of the manpower involved at such a hearing is very expensive and can affect the net success of the case.

Contact us for a free discussion if you think you need to litigate.

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