Civil Procedure Rules and the Dilapidations Protocol

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An important precept of the CPR was that it should reduce the number of disputes that resulted in court proceedings. This would reduce the burden on the court system, making it more efficient and available to those who had genuine disputes that required the court’s intervention. The CPR attempts to...

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