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    Default P36 offer from police

    Hi Legals,
    Can anyone help me please.
    I have received a p36 offer from the Police which I accepted last week.
    I decided I wish to change my mind and my solicitor says I cannot.

    Why can't I ?
    I t is within 7 days of being offered and my solicitors costs have not been agreed as yet.
    Can a Judge order it if I go before one and ask ?

    Thanks for any help

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    Default Re: P36 offer from police

    CPR 36 does not make provision for claimants to withdraw an acceptance of a part 36 offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by des8 View Post
    CPR 36 does not make provision for claimants to withdraw an acceptance of a part 36 offer.
    Thank you, I thought our English 7 day cooling period may have been a factor.

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