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Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Act 2007

Section 139 – Termination by payment etc.

402.This section covers the situation where the debt owed is paid or tendered after a residual attachment is created. It provides that the residual attachment will cease to have effect if the full sum recoverable by the residual attachment is either paid or tendered to the creditor, the appointed person, a judicial officer or another person authorised to receive payment on behalf of the creditor. Where a satisfaction order has been made, the residual attachment will not cease to have effect unless the sum is paid or tendered before the contract of sale is concluded (where the satisfaction order authorises sale) or the property is otherwise disposed of.

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