The Doctrine of Accord and Satisfaction

Should you or should you not accept a payment for less that the full amount owed when it is indicated to be for full payment? It is always best to not accept a check for less that the full amount owed if there is any chance that it can be interpreted as being accepted as settlement in full. However, if you do, it may not mean that the debt is indeed settled in full by acceptance of the check.     Read the article…………..


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