Since October 2017, the process a business must undertake before starting court proceedings is governed by the Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims. Classed as a ‘letter before action,’ the Protocol extends the amount of notice a business must give before commencing court proceedings compared to the time allowed under a 7-day letter.
In this ebook, we asked Watson Farley & Williams, an international law firm advising on complex transactions and disputes, a series of questions regarding the Pre-Action Protocol.
The Pocketbook has tips on how to:
What are the primary differences between a ‘7-day letter’ and a ‘Letter before Action’?
Under which circumstances should a contractor issue a Letter before Action?
What key information should be included in the Letter before Action?
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