Oceanbulk Shipping and Trading Sa v TMT Asia Ltd and Others: ComC 29 Jul 2009

The parties disputed the admissibility in a dispute about the effect of a settlement agreement of evidence of without prejudice exchanges between the parties before it was signed.
Justice Andrew Smith
[2009] EWHC 1946 (Comm)
Bailii
England and Wales
Cited by:
Appeal fromOceanbulk Shipping and Trading Sa v TMT Asia Ltd CA 15-Feb-2010
The parties had settled their disagreement, but now disputed the interpretation of the settlement. The defendant sought to be allowed to give in evidence correspondence leading up to the settlement which had been conducted on a without prejudice . .
At first InstanceOceanbulk Shipping and Trading Sa v TMT Asia Ltd and Others SC 27-Oct-2010
The court was asked whether facts which (a) are communicated between the parties in the course of without prejudice negotiations and (b) would, but for the without prejudice rule, be admissible as part of the factual matrix or surrounding . .

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Updated: 17 February 2021; Ref: scu.368299