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Old 04-14-2014, 11:30 AM
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I'm curious to know if I can retract all Offers to Settle in one Form 49B or do I have to retract all three individually?




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I'm curious to know if I can retract all Offers to Settle in one Form 49B or do I have to retract all three individually?




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Why would you want to, if you made a reasonable offer, why retract it?
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I want to retract it and send an updated Offer to Settle to reflect the OCL Recommendations. I also want to change some verbiage as well.


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Can someone help me or direct me to help answer my question please?

All of the offers state that they are valid until 1 minute before trial begins and I want to send another offer this week and make that my formal and final offer.


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Just send a new one and say that it replaces all previous offers to settle.
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Oh. Lol shit really?

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Oh. Lol shit really?

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If you want to be more clear state that it replaces offers sent XX/XX/XXXX and XX/XX/XXXX and those offers have been withdrawn.
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Ok. So I wouldn't have to withdraw them via form 49b ?


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FB is correct. You don't need a 49b if you are sending a "new improved" offer that will replace all other offers to date. Just list them very clearly and don't forget any.
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