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What is the 'without prejudice' rule and what does it mean?

The ‘without prejudice’ rule allows the parties in a dispute to compromise and not have any admissions held against them when a judge makes a decision on the merits of the case. Statements, whether verbal or written, should be expressed to be made on a ‘without prejudice’ basis and they must be a genuine attempt to settle the dispute.

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