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What will the Court consider when dealing with an application for an interim payment?

Minster Law

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The Court will only make an order for interim payment if at least one of the below conditions are met:

  • the defendant (at-fault party) has admitted liability and is willing to pay (you) the claimant (even if there is contributory negligence)
  • the claimant has obtained a judgment against that defendant for damages to be assessed or for a sum of money (other than costs) to be assessed
  • if the claim went to trial, you would receive substantial damages