| Commentary

83 Compliance with the demand

| Commentary

83 Compliance with the demand

Where the demand is made on the basis of a debt which is due at the time the demand is made, the debtor must pay the debt in full, unless the debt is disputed, in which case he should apply to set it aside. If the debt is admitted in part but the balance is disputed, the debtor should pay the debt in so far as it is undisputed and, if the demand is not withdrawn, apply to set it aside as to the disputed part1.

In the case of a demand made on a future

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