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The particular day on or before which something must be done to comply with law or contractual obligation.
West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The due day
is the first of the month for all tenants.
If a bank is aware that an IT failure has prevented an automated payment being made on the due day
, the bank can often have an ability to correct the error before data is received by credit reference agencies.
Colin Hinds-Roath These are left by tenants who don't know the rules or don't care as they are not in the street for very long, and are a constant as the council will not collect them on the due day
Ken said: "On the due day
for the return of the children after their Christmas break they were met in the Holly Bank playground by the headmaster Mr Briggs who told the children that the school had burned down and they would return home until further notice.
She said: "That was my due day
and, around 8.30am, I decided I had to get to the hospital.