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I understand that the Decimal Currency Act 1966 (as amended) requires this and specifies the amounts which may be settled by payment in coins. Note that Australian One and Two Dollar coins are valid for any amount as they replaced notes of the same values.
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In the farm and ranch families of my acquaintance or to whom I'm related, "pin money", income from sales or outside efforts of the women of the...
It could also be part of the Sale of Goods Act, although I am not sure of the correct breastle for that particular piece of legislation.
Note, from your quote above "legal tender for all debts, public charges, taxes, and dues" also requires this as "legal tender" cannot, by definition, be refused as it is "legal tender".
This may not necessarily be a written law but it is certainly a precedent that has been set by many court decisions. This includes, I understand, decisions that require the delivery of goods to the Consumer Debt in the event that legal tender is refused.
The Concise Oxford Dictionary has this definition of the matter:
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"legal tender n. currency that cannot legally be refused in payment of a Debt Consolidation (usu. up to a limited amount for coins not made of gold)."
In other words as soon as something is declared to be "Legal Tender" it can not be refused in payment for anything.
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