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  •  As long as your offer is what they ask for. (0+ / 0-)

    The key in this case is that the plaintiff asked for XYZ in her suit.  The company offered her XYZ in settlement.  She declined/didn't respond to this offer.

    Since the company offered 100% of what she was suing for the court held that she no longer had any reason to sue.

    I think it's bogus, since the principle is worth suit, but that's just me.

    But yes, if you offered to pay your bank what it asks for in payment of your mortgage, they'll declare the mortgage settled when you pay it.  :)

    Who the hell wants to be part of a political movement that has as its most obvious feature politically correct prune lipped moral scolds and incessant guilt trips about how much we all suck?

    by Rick Aucoin on Sat May 11, 2013 at 03:30:42 AM PDT

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