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Old 08-21-2013, 04:28 PM
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Default Withholding consent to late filing - thoughts ?

I don't plan on doing this, but still, would invite any comments on this tactic.
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Unless something has materially changed after the original filing date which means you should start from scratch.....I'd say it is a cheap tactic and not worthy of someone trying to present themselves to a judge as a fair party negotiating in good faith.

But I don't know how any one particular judge would feel.

I know I would not want to stoop to that level.
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Old 08-21-2013, 05:16 PM
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Unless something has materially changed after the original filing date which means you should start from scratch.....I'd say it is a cheap tactic and not worthy of someone trying to present themselves to a judge as a fair party negotiating in good faith.

But I don't know how any one particular judge would feel.

I know I would not want to stoop to that level.

I agree, thanks.
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