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Admissions of fact made by an attorney in pleadings are conclusive and binding upon a client. These are known as judicial admissions and they are conclusive upon the client unless the court permits amendment or withdrawal. Admissions made by a lawyer in negotiations or correspondence are not conclusive. They are admissible against the client if the lawyer is authorized to speak for the client with respect to the subject in question.

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