The Royal Bank of Scotland’s property investment firm has used a statutory demand in seeking over £80,000 from a Londonderry businessman.
West Register is using a statutory demand to try to obtain the money from Mr Brendan Duddy of Glen Road, Londonderry.
A notice of the demand was published in the Belfast Gazette on Friday, December 20.
The notice published in the Belfast Gazette stated: “The Creditor demands payment in the sum of £80,406.22 being the unsecured amount due and owing on foot of a Judgment of the High Court of Justice in Northern Ireland dated February 13, 2012.
“The Statutory Demand is an important document and it is deemed served on you on the date of the first appearance of this advertisement.
“You must deal with this Demand within 21 days of the service upon you or you could be made bankrupt and your property and goods taken away from you.”
Statutory demands can be used to seek payment of debts from individuals or companies and those subject to them have 21 days to settle or reach agreements to pay debts.