Without Prejudice Law and Legal Definition
Without prejudice refers to a phrase that enables parties to litigation to withdraw his/her claim before the final disposal of a case. A claimant can negotiate settlement of a claim without implying any admission of liability.The following is an example of a case law on the phrase ‘without prejudice’: A dismissal of a suit without prejudice means nothing more than that it may be brought again. [Merrill v. Merrill, 95 N.J. Eq. 398 (N.J. Ch. 1924)].