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final demand

noun [C]
 
 
( also final reminder) FINANCE
the last time that a company requests payment for a debt that should have been paid by an earlier date , for example before it takes legal action: If a final demand is ignored, the bank will begin legal proceedings.
Translations of “final demand”
in Chinese (Traditional) (催逼債務人還債的)最後通牒…
in Chinese (Simplified) (催逼债务人还债的)最后通牒…
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