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Thank you for your prompt and 'reassuring' reply.

I should have checked the correspondence we engaged in regarding a claim for insulation we installed when we installed a new roof as part of a remodel in tax year 2010. All of the letters are dated mid 2012, just as you point out. We had quite a 'discussion' via letters until we finally managed to find the paperwork that the examiner wanted to satisfy his requirements that we'd really spent money on a proper energy saving procedure.

Perhaps if we get no reply during the next 12 months we can begin to regard this waiver claim as accepted.

Thanks again,

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