Where the landlord directed the tenant to pay rent to the landlord’s bank, the rent was paid when the money was transferred into the landlord’s bank account and not when the receiving bank notified the landlord that the payment had been made. [Eyles v Ellis (1827) 4 Bing. 112.]  But whatever mode is used, payment is not achieved until ... Please login or signup to continue reading this content

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