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III. Claim enforceable
If the claim arose and was not subsequently lost, then the question arises whether the claim is also legally enforceable. The claim is enforceable if:
- the claim is due, i.e. the obligee can demand performance (details)
- The debtor has no right to refuse performance (e.g. statute of limitations) (details)
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