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l33d5un1ted vs. First Direct


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Prelim letter sent 07/08/2006 (didn't need Data Protection Act since all statements on line) for £764.48, "without prejudice" reply sent back 10/08/2006 offering £581.40 (75%), Wow :) very quick response (is this a record?).

 

Question: What's the legal definition for "without prejudice" and what's the downside of accepting an offer of this kind (forgetting the 25% difference of course) please?

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I'm pretty sure there's an FAQ on "without prejudice", but seem to remember it meant that the contents would be inadmissable in court - i.e. couldn't be shown to a judge.

 

Either way, 100% of the money is yours. You can tell them you'll accept their offer as an interim payment, but that you intend to pursue them for the rest.

 

Marching on Together 8)

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