Yes, I do need some help to clarify that;
So the "save as to costs" bit means they can disclose an offer was made, but not the conditions under which it was made?
And, if I respond to the letter is that also inadmissible? Or can I put my letter before the court?
OK- thanks, ***** ***** define what exactly:
Without prejudice save as to costs means then?
Is it just the offer which can't be disclosed, or the other contents of their letter? I'll be making no new points but re-iterating my original ones, but if submit the claim form, will I only enclose my first letter?
OK- so it's just my first letter which I can send in the bundle with the court form if it goes that far? I have a further query about this process, should I start a separate question?