We have had three examples where we've had manufacturers who were not in agreement with us since we received the power to order a notice of defect. For each of these cases we started the process with the preliminary determination, which is the public announcement. The information is given to the public at the same time as the manufacturer. In each of these instances the manufacturer decided to issue the notice of defects—or in one case it was a consumer campaign to essentially conduct the repair—in advance of having to make the final order for a notice of defect. We've posted each of them on our website. As I said, because of the pressure that has come from the public being aware, the public giving us information, we haven't had to proceed to the final notice of defect; they've done it on their own.
On September 26th, 2017. See this statement in context.