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What is Without Prejudice

Legalese Explained: This legal term is written on documents of offers and settlements to indicate that there is no loss of any rights to either party. This means that the letter cannot be used in court and does not commit either party to any assumptions that can be made by the communication. These communications do not admit or give any party any right or loss of rights.

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