Wash. Rev. Code § 7.96.080

Current through the 2021 Regular Session
Section 7.96.080 - Challenges to correction or clarification or to request for correction or clarification
(1) If a defendant in an action governed by this chapter intends to rely on a timely and sufficient correction or clarification, the defendant's intention to do so, and the correction or clarification relied upon, must be set forth in a notice served on the plaintiff within sixty days after service of the summons and complaint or ten days after the correction or clarification is made, whichever is later.
(2) If a defendant in an action governed by this chapter intends to challenge the adequacy or timeliness of a request for correction or clarification, the defendant must set forth the challenge in a motion to declare the request inadequate or untimely served within sixty days after service of the summons and complaint. The court shall rule on the motion at the earliest appropriate time before trial.

RCW 7.96.080

Added by 2013 c 294,§ 8, eff. 7/28/2013.