Offer of Judgment: H.B. 1215 (1997)
Provides that if final judgment is 25% less than defendant’s
Provides that if final judgment is 25% less than defendant’s offer or 25% greater than claimant’s offer, the offeree must pay offeror’s court costs, exclusive of attorneys’ fees, after offer is made.
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