How can you clear all Validation Errors?

I have several properties that require some validation on my Silverlight application.

I also have a reset button that I would like the user to click and clear all validation errors.

What's the best approach?

The following shows a simple property that gets validated:
    <Display(Name:="Title")> _
    <Required(ErrorMessage:="The Title field is required.")> _
    Public Property Title() As String
        Get
            Return siteTitle
        End Get
        Set(ByVal Value As String)
            'If String.IsNullOrEmpty(Value) = True Then
            '    Throw (New Exception("The Title field is require."))
            'End If

            Validator.ValidateProperty(Value, New ValidationContext(Me, Nothing, Nothing) With {.MemberName = "Title"})

            siteTitle = Value
        End Set
    End Property

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CodeCruiserCommented:
Are you using a validation summary? Use the

ValidationSummary.Errors.Clear() method.
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dev_venAuthor Commented:
I just have it where the tooltip appears to the side of the textbox.
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