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Attorney-Client Relationship. Delivery of a written communication is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. No Attorney-Client relationship is formed unless specifically agreed to in writing.
Settlement Communications. A written communication may contain confidential settlement communications. Such settlement communications are intended for settlement purposes and as an offer of compromise only, and may not be used for any other purpose than as intended. As such, the written communication is privileged within the meaning and intent of Florida Statute §90.408 and other applicable law and may not be deemed as an admission against interest whether pursuant to Florida Statute §90.803(18) or otherwise.
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