We will now accept a letter of postponement for any type of charge postponement.
We have reviewed and simplified our procedures for registering the postponement of a charge.
Before this, the practice was as follows:
a simple postponement of one charge to another could be by letter
a more complex postponement, for example, a postponement limited to a certain value, had to be by deed
there were also different register entries for each type of postponement
The new practice is that we will accept a letter of postponement for any type of postponement.
We have also changed the register entries. These will be identical whether the postponement is simple or complex.