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§ 55.55. Compromise Settlement Agreement To Set Aside Award

A compromise settlement agreement, properly executed between or among all parties to the claim, when filed in any board office in the period after an award has been entered but before it becomes final, or suit is filed, will serve to set aside the award as of the date the compromise settlement agreement is filed. If the board subsequently fails to approve the compromise settlement agreement, then the original award will be immediately re-entered.

The provisions of this § 55.55 adopted to be effective November 6, 1986, 11 TexReg 4430.

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§ 55.55. Compromise Settlement Agreement To Set Aside Award

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Title 28. Insurance

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