An offer made in the context of the successful appellants’ application for permission to appeal, described as a Part 36 offer, in which they offered to take £200, that the parties should bear their own costs of the proceedings and that £15,000 paid on account of costs should be repaid within 14 days, was compliant with Part 36. In any event, the offer asked the respondents to say if they thought the offer was defective and no point was taken prior to the appeal. The respondents were ordered to pay 75 per cent of the appellants’ costs on an indemnity basis with enhanced interest at 6 per cent (Seeff v Ho www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2011/186.html).