There are several ways in which an invoice can be interrupted. You can easily do this yourself by sending a written notice to your customer. With this letter you let your debtor know that there is an outstanding invoice that your customer still has to pay.

Once you send a written notice, the limitation period starts again from that moment. It is therefore most rewarding to send the letter of suspension at the end of the period. But of course, make sure that you do this on time, before the limitation period has expired.

Read more: What must a good letter of suspension include?

Advice on the limitation and interruption of a limitation period

Do you have an outstanding invoice, and do you want to prevent your invoice from expiring? Or do you have questions about the limitation and / or interruption of a claim? Then please contact us. Our specialists are happy to help you ensure that your invoice is still paid.