Definition of final demand in English:

final demand

Line breaks: final de¦mand

noun

A creditor’s last request for payment of money owed, before taking punitive measures: [as modifier]: final-demand letters
More example sentences
  • There was a final demand for payment from Anglian Water threatening legal fees would be added to the bill, but I have no recollection of the original bill.
  • Authority members have agreed to pay the final demand for the first payment of £834,046.
  • There would be some weeks when I'd be dodging the rent man or let the telly money go until I got the final demand letter threatening to repossess it.

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