The cooper's OS lager I did came with ale yeast,brewed at 70F (21C),after high pitch temp. cold water top off,my a$$! Took 12 days flat to ferment,& clean up. Cleared to a slight haze,witch I've found to be ideal. It leaves plenty of yeast for bottle carbonating,& less yeast trub when it's done that,& chilled for a few days.
So 12 days to clean up & settle well is def possible. Just make sure you have an FG stabilized over 2-3 days. The cooper's OS "lager" was good at 3-4 weeks in the bottle. 3 weeks is average time for an average gravity beer to condition.
Everything works if ya let it-Roady(meatloaf)