This excerpt taken from the ALL 10-Q filed Nov 1, 2005.
(e) Defective Claim Forms
Class Action Settlement Agreement
A Claim Form shall be defective if a Class Member fails to make the required declaration or fails to provide accurate identifying information upon request. If the Administrator receives a defective Claim Form, the Administrator shall return the Claim Form to the Class Member via first class mail and instruct the Class Member that he or she has until the later of (i) thirty (30) days or (ii) the Submission Date within which to correct and/or complete the Claim Form and/or provide the requested information and return it via first class mail. If a completed Claim Form is not received within said time frame, the Claim Form shall be considered defective and invalid for purposes of this settlement. The Administrator will provide the identity of Class Members who submitted defective Claim Forms to Class Counsel and Defendants counsel at the same time a Class Member is notified that his or her Claim Form is defective. Class Counsel shall be notified of the identity of Class Members who do not correct defective claims forms within the time allowed therefore. Class Counsel may then contact those Class Members, and if a correct Claim Form is received within twenty (20) days after the Administrator has so notified Class Counsel, it shall be accepted as timely.