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I have been dealing with Bw legal who are acting on behalf of Britannia Parking.

The hearing is due to take place early next year.

 

My witness statement and other documents have been sent to the court and Bw legal.

However I have noticed that in the claimants pack there are 2 letters relating to offers of settlement, these were headed with Without prejudice as is to save costs.

These words have been blank out as well as the offer itself, but other parts of the correspondence have been left in.

I thought that privilege documents could not be used without my permission.   

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thy sent them 

they can disclose them

cant hurt you

 

please complete this:

 

and post up your defence 

and 

their WS to ONE multipage PDF Inc Exhibits

read upload

 

 


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As its been blanked out then the offer is not applicable to the claim and cant be regarded as  Without prejudice as is to save costs


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you can make the judge aware of this and if their claim is rubbish they will get an extra earwigging but other than that it means little. solicitors abuse the process on a regular basis and then apologise and carry on at it again the next day

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