New appellate case causes uncertainty about accepting partial payments (FL)

Before 2008, association attorneys were understandably concerned about accepting partial payments with a restrictive endorsement (where the owner wrote “payment in full” on the check.) Doing so might bar associations from demanding full payment, where the partial payment was not, in fact, payment in full. This is called “accord and satisfaction.”     Read more……..


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