CONSEQUENCES OF ADMISSION
A party may formally admit facts either on their own motion or in response to a request from an opponent. Any party may give notice by his pleading or in writing that he admits the truth of the whole or any part of the other party’s case. You don’t have to admit in total you can admit to parts of the claim.
NOTICE TO ADMIT:
You send the person a notice to admit. The person can respond by giving a notice of admissions of facts.
The consequence is that if the notice is sent to you and you don’t admit, then you will be bound by that refusal to admit and it will be used against you when allocating costs.
If you admit the consequences of admitting is that, a summary judgment is applied for on admission.
Labels: Civil Procedure