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  • Garment factory rtm
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    Re-issuing s20 stage 2

    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.

  • stan1357
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    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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  • Gordon999
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    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.

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