What is the difference between set-off and counter-claim?


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The difference between set-off and counter-claim lies in their nature and purpose in legal proceedings:O 8 R 6 of CPC provides for set off:Set-off: Set-off refers to the adjustment or cancellation of mutual debts or claims between parties involved in a legal dispute. It allows a defendant to reduce or eliminate their liability by setting off a claim they have against the plaintiff. In other
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