Prejudice (legal Procedure)

Prejudice (legal Procedure)

Prejudice is a legal term with different meanings when used in criminal, civil or common law. In general, an action taken with prejudice indicates misconduct on the party who filed the claim and forbids a party from refiling a case, while without prejudice often refers to procedural problems where the party may refile.

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Prejudice (legal Procedure) - Common Law - Settlement Negotiations
... The term without prejudice is used in the course of negotiations to settle a lawsuit ... of settlement are simply being mooted for that purpose,and are not meant to actually concede those points in litigation ... A prohibition exists on documents marked without prejudice being used as a faĆade to conceal facts or evidence from the court ...

Famous quotes containing the word prejudice:

    So far we have been going firmly ahead, feeling the firm ground of prejudice glide away beneath our feet which is always rather exhilarating, but what next? You will be waiting for the bit where we bog down, the bit where we take it all back, and sure enough that’s going to come but it will take time.
    —J.L. (John Langshaw)