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Case track limits and the claims process for personal injury claims
[CP 8/07]

The first part of this paper reviews and makes proposals on the case management track limits for civil claims found in Part 26.6 of the Civil Procedure Rules. The second part considers how the claims process for personal injury cases could be streamlined to become more efficient and cost effective.

Consultation begins on 20 April 2007
Consultation ends on 13 July 2007
Summary of responses published on  

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Further copies of the consultation paper can be obtained by contacting the address below:

Legal Services Regulation and Redress Division
3rd Floor post point 3.11
Selborne House
54 Victoria Street
London
SW1E 6QW
United Kingdom

Tel: 020 7210 8541
Fax: 020 7210 0613

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