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Asked on: 1/28/13, 4:45 pm

As an employer I have filed an appeal notice for a decision by the California Labor Commissioner (98.2) if I decided to withdraw this appeal I understand I have to do it in writing. Is there a form for this withdrawal that can be filed , if so what would I look for or what is it called.

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Answered on: 1/28/13, 4:52 pm by Arkady Itkin


If you sent the appeal request to the Labor Commissioner's office, you simply need to fax them your own letter requesting to dismiss the appeal.

If you file a notice of appeal with court, then you need to file a Request for Dismissal. You can find this form on most courts' websites or just google "judicial council form California request for dismissal".


Arkady Itkin

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