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What is litigation?
Litigation is the process of an individual or a business taking legal action against one or more parties to resolve a dispute.
- Litigation is governed by a procedural code known as the Civil Procedure Rules.
- It applies to all civil claims started after April 1999 in England and Wales. The aim of these rules is to enable the courts to deal with civil cases fairly.
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In litigation cases, you may have to go to court; however, cases always vary by their own circumstances. You are entitled to agree to a settlement with the other party once the legal proceedings have been started. The only time you would have to attend court hearings is when a settlement or an agreement cannot be reached between the parties.
Usually, a claimant is entitled to recover damages made by the wrongdoer, who is referred to as the defendant. A defendant may be ordered to repay the money or the assets he or she has taken away from you. The aim of a civil case is to put the claiming party in a position they were in prior to the negligence, breach of contract or tort.
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