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8. Pre-Action Protocols

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What does Halsbury’s say?

“Pre-action protocols are statements of understanding between legal practitioners and others about pre-action practice and which are approved by a relevant practice direction. Pre-action protocols outline the steps parties should take to seek information from and to provide information to each other about a prospective legal claim.”.

Halsbury’s Laws of England, Practice and Procedure (Volume 37 (Reissue))

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