Letter of Demand for Unpaid Invoice(s) | Outstanding Payment Letter

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Letter of Demand for Unpaid Invoice(s)

If you are owed money on an outstanding invoice or two, use this automated letter to compile a letter of demand, calling on payment of the outstanding amount by a certain date.

Included in this Letter

  • Invoice number(s) owing;
  • When the amount is required to be paid;
  • Reference to certain mandatory provisions of the National Credit Act;
  • Placing the debtor in arrears so as to be able to claim interest in certain circumstances;
  • Specification of the creditor's bank details, should you wish to record them.

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