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Old 28.09.2020, 18:17
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Re: Early repayment of Libor Mortgage...

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Libor lives on for the immediate future, but the writing is on the wall...

The language in question is "En tout temps, de part et d’autre moyennant préavis écrit de 3 mois pour la fin d’une échéance de taux."

There is precious little else in the way of other references to an explicit or implicit term in my contract (which dates back to 2009), so I believe that I'll have to refer it to the Ombudsman...
When did you give your notice? The French reads to me that you can terminate with minimum 3 months' notice, for the end of a rate term. You said above that the rate term is quarterly.

If you gave notice in August, you gave notice for the coming quarter, which ends 31 December. You would owe the interest they would expect for that quarter.
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