A conditional fee agreement is a contract between a lawyer and their client that states that the lawyer will only receive a fee if the case is won. If the case is lost, the lawyer does not receive a fee. These agreements are typically used in personal injury cases.
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This is an example of a discounted conditional fee agreement (CFA). It could serve as a useful starting point when drafting such an agreement, but will need to be tailored to your particular circumstances and needs. Read this CFA in conjunction with the integrated drafting notes.