Electronic money

Nicholas Bohm nbohm at ernest.net
Wed Dec 3 20:20:15 GMT 2014

On 03/12/2014 18:51, Jon Ribbens wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 03, 2014 at 03:24:21PM +0000, Francis Davey wrote:
>>    2014-12-03 11:12 GMT+00:00 Nicholas Bohm <[1]nbohm at ernest.net>:
>>      The defence seems to assume a physical presentation of the tendered
>>      payment which the creditor has a practical opportunity of taking.� That
>>      would make it difficult to achieve with electronic money.� Perhaps if
>>      electronic money comes into common use, the defence will adapt to it.
>>    In practice a defendant would make a payment into court under rule 37.2:
>>    http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/part37#IDAALICC�
>>    and at the moment the court funds office much prefers a cheque.
> Indeed, it appears that the courts do not necessarily actually accept
> legal tender, so the concept appears to be utterly dead and buried
> and of no meaning whatsoever anymore.
This surprises me - do you have a source for it?

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