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    Hi all, is it possible to re-issue the stage 2. We have realised we didn’t put the vat on the quotes. Is it ok to send out new stage 2 letters and wait another 30 days? This relates to the s20 process. Many thanks.

    If you have found mistake in copying prices from the original quotes, you are obliged to send the corrected figures and allow extra time for reply.


      Yes, you do not need to reissue the notice of intention stage 1 but you do need to re-issue quotes stage 2 and even the stage 3 if the chosen company subsequently withdraws.


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