Given the ever rising and escalating costs of litigation my remarks in Annand v. Cox, supra above bear repeating, at para. 50: In my view, an offer to settle is a major means by which a party to litigation can try and insulate that party from costs being awarded against it and hopefully alleviate, in part at least, the expense to which that party incurs in having to participate in litigation.
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