Question on Without Prejudice

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    Question on Without Prejudice

    Hi there, I have a quick question about what "Without Prejudice" actually means.

    I have a case coming up where my landlord has claimed £25 for damages to the remote control for the carpark. The remote control wasnt working when we moved in, and he offered us £25 to get it fixed a week into our tenancy. We never took up this offer and the remote remained broked for the duration of the tenancy (we didnt have a car so never used it). He is now saying it was working and we broke it.

    As evidence to show that the remote was broken at the start of the tenancy, am I able to mention this offer from the LL to fix the remote control? Or will this be seen as breaking "Without Prejudice" rules and mean I'll risk a retrial and have to bare the costs of the trial?

    I know this is only for a small amount, but its one of 3 different items where the same defence applies, so it would cover all. This is just the easiest example to explain.

    All help very very welcome!

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