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Release of Rights
If you decide to release any rights you might have against another party this is known as a release of rights.
Generally it will require:
- a contract between the parties
- specifying what rights are being released
- specifying whether there is any payment or being given why the release is
Any release of rights should be in writing so that it is clear what is being released.
Provided all the legal requirements are met it will be binding even if you change your mind later.
If you are giving or seeking a release speak to our specialists at Hart Brown so that you understand the full implications and whether what you are proposing is in your best interests.