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A Deed of Settlement is a critical document for resolving disputes without resorting to litigation. It provides a structured framework for the parties to agree on the settlement terms, release each other from further claims, and maintain confidentiality. By clearly outlining the responsibilities and obligations of each party, the Deed of Settlement helps to ensure that the dispute is resolved amicably and finalizes the matter, preventing future legal actions related to the same issue.



This Deed of Settlement Agreement document is in the form of a deed with common provisions relating to release and discharge of court proceedings including:

  • Bar to actions
  • No admission of liability
  • GST
  • Confidentiality
  • Warranties by parties
  • Counterparts, execution
  • Costs
  • Severance
  • Variations
  • Further assurances

Definitions and interpretation provisions are located in a schedule at the back making it easier to read and draft.

7 pages long.

Includes GST


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What is a Deed of Settlement

A Deed of Settlement is a formal, legally binding document used to resolve disputes between parties without going to court. It outlines the terms and conditions agreed upon by the disputing parties to settle their differences, including any payments, obligations, or actions to be taken by either party. The deed is signed by all parties involved, and once executed, it typically prevents the parties from pursuing further legal action on the matter covered by the settlement.

Key Elements
  • Parties Involved:

  • Recitals:

  • Settlement Terms:

  • Release of Claims:

    • Confidentiality:

    • Non-Admission of Liability:

      Governing Law:

      • Dispute Resolution:

      • Execution:

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