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a) As of the date when the voucher that covers the price or the consideration agreed upon is issued;

b) As of the date when the good has been paid or the service may be enforceable, in whole or in part;

c) As of the date when the good is received, or the service is rendered, or

d) As of the last date when the consumer evidences to have requested directly from the supplier the performance of any of the obligations assumed by such supplier.

II. With respect to granting the use or temporary enjoyment of goods:

a) As of the date when the receipt is issued in favor of the party that enjoys the use or temporary enjoyment; or

b) As of the date when the consideration agreed in favor of the party that grants the use or temporary enjoyment is in fact performed.

ARTICLE 106.- Within the procedures set out in this chapter, the parties may carry out an offer of payment with the Agency by reproducing to the Agency deposits-in-court certificates issued by an institution legally authorized therefor:

I. When the creditor refuses to receive the pertinent amount;

II. When the creditor refuses to deliver the voucher of payment;

III. When a doubt exists regarding the legal appropriateness of the payment;

IV. As long as a breach of any of the obligations assumed by the adversary continues, while the procedure is being completed with the Agency;

V. In order to comply with covenants or awards; and

VI. To guarantee the commitments assumed with the Agency.

The Agency shall serve the pertinent notice and shall order its delivery to the consignee or, if applicable, to the court of law with competent jurisdiction. Once the legal actions to deliver the deposits-in-court certificates have been exhausted and the above has not been feasible, the rights to collect them shall be subject to a statute of limitations of three years in favor of the Agency, starting as of the first notice for the collection thereof.

ARTICLE 107.- In case an expert testimony is required, the consumer and the supplier may appoint their respective experts, who shall not be bound to present themselves to accept the appointment, but only to ratify the expert opinion upon its submission. In case of a difference between the expert opinions of the parties, the Agency shall appoint a court-appointed expert.

ARTICLE 108.- In absence of an express indication, the terms fixed in days in this Law shall be understood as calendar days. If the day when any term concludes is a nonworking day, it shall be understood that such term will conclude on the immediately following business day.

ARTICLE 109.- To evidence the legal capacity in processes brought with the Agency, with respect to individuals, a power of attorney signed in presence of two witnesses shall be sufficient; in case of legal entities, a power of attorney formalized with a notary public shall be required.

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