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FAMILY LAW RULES 2004 - RULE 20.31

Money deposited in a financial institution

             (1)  Money deposited in an account in a financial institution that is payable on call is a debt due to the payer even if a condition relating to the account is unsatisfied.

             (2)  Money deposited in an account in a financial institution that is payable on notice is a debt due to the payer at the end of the notice period required, starting on the date of service of the Third Party Debt Notice on the third party debtor.

Note:          Some legislative provisions provide that payments under the legislation are exempt from payment: for example, some pensions.



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