Is a Defendant required to reply to allegations made against him in a Claim Summary of Evidence sent to him by the Claimant with a Letter before Claim. The Claimant intends to start legal proceeding at the High Court of Law. The question: is the defendant required by law to provided substantive response to the Claim Summary of Evidence in advance of Court action against him by the Claimant.
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This is a pre action letter - right?
Did not deal with my questions properly. Assumed I was the Claimant. Did not advise on Pre-Action Procedures in a civil claim case.
Forgive me, you did not ask about the pre action procdures
Your question was: In replying to a Letter before Claim, will such reply cover at all the Claim Summary of Evidence sent with the letter.
The answer was no
If you want to know about the pre action procedures
What type of case is it?
Ie personal injury, contract etc?