The benefit of making admissions

Akhtar v Boland Court of Appeal

26 June 2014

The CPR and the various Pre-Action Protocols encourage parties to make concessions where they can and to reach agreement where possible. The rewards of making a partial admission are brought into sharp relief in the case of Akhtar v Bolland (2014). Gavin Perry looks at this Court of Appeal judgment and how Part 26 of the CPR can assist parties who are prepared to make admissions.

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Gavin Perry

Partner - Head of Credit Hire

I am a Partner in the Insurance team and Head of Credit Hire.