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Withdrawing a Complaint

A Complainant may withdraw his or her complaint at any time up until a human rights panel has made a ruling on the complaint, either by filing a notice of withdrawal form or by writing a letter to the Commission. If the Commission is unable to reach the Complainant after several attempts and some time has lapsed, the complaint will be considered withdrawn. In such cases, the Commission will attempt to notify the Complainant and the Respondent in writing that the complaint is considered withdrawn.

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