Sometimes a Defendant may decide to admit part of a claim, but to defend the remainder. For example, a defendant who is accused of selling two separate faulty products may admit that one of the products was faulty, but maintain that there was no problem with the second product.
In cases such as this the Defendant will file a defence and partial admission with the Court. The Court will send a Notice of Part Admission to the Claimant, informing him of the Defendant’s intentions.
The Notice gives the Claimant several options to proceed, including accepting the admission and continuing only with the disputed part of the claim, and accepting the partial admission in full settlement of the claim, dropping the disputed part.
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