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hi all

i have been fighting natwest c/c for some time now, and at last they have made me an offer. the offer comes after starting court proceeding 21/11/06 they finally sent a letter saying they will pay part of my claim,the very next day i recieve another letter and a cheque for the full amount but, with conditions like (subject to my agreement not to court publicity, or disclose or refer to a third party the background of this matter ect) can someone please advise what to do, i dont want to accept their conditions so do i send the cheque back with a letter and what do i write in the letter, also do i need to contact the court at this stage or not.

any advise will be welcome.......as i am so close to a reward.

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I think the best bet here is to send a simple letter of 'thank you the offer however i will only accept this unconditionally....etc' not sure if this will affect any court claim. Maybe someone else can clarify this...think you are within yur rights not to have to be bound be a clause though.

Ex CAG helper ^_^

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Got the same a few months back, reminded them that *I* was suing them, not the other way round and that they could not impose any terms on my claim, and they could pay up with no conditions attached, or they could defend in court, their choice. Got my cheque with confirmation of no strings attached by return of post. :-D

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