From 1 April 2013, damages-based agreements will be allowed for all civil claims in England and Wales. Lawyers will be able to bring disputes against part of the damage. Rule 4 provides that a DBA cannot require the client to pay anything other than «payment», limited to 50% of the recovery, and non-counsel payments. This indicates that, if there is no recovery, the lawyer can have no other right than the withdrawals of a lawyer. Therefore, if a lawyer agrees to act under a DBA, it must be a complete «No Win No Fee» agreement. A particular problem was whether an agreement based on damages, concluded in the context of a civil lawsuit, could legally contain conditions obliging a client who terminates the contract prematurely to pay the lawyer for his time on the clock and the withdrawals incurred. d.