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  2. UIU-435

Get Alternate Rolling Renewal Period from Loan Policy (Renew from System Date)

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      Purpose: The purpose of this story is to calculate the due date for renewals on such loans when an ALTERNATE rolling renewal period has been selected for renewals

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        • Given Loan Policy X has:
          • Loanable = Y
          • Renewable = Y
          • Loan profile = Rolling
          • Renewal period different from original loan? = Y
          • Renew from = System date
        • When Renewing Loan L from the User Loans or User Loan Details pages
        • Then the Due date for Loan L should be Date/time of (this) renewal + Alternate loan period for renewals

      Out of scope (other stories will be added for these):

      • What happens if:
        • Renewing the loan doesn't change the due date (UIU-429)
        • Profile = Fixed (UIU-405)
        • Renew from = Current due date (UIU-428)
        • There is a Fixed due date schedule (due date limit) applied
        • There is no loan policy targeted at the loan
        • Loanable = N
        • Etc.

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                Assignee:
                mpk35 Michal Kuklis
                Reporter:
                cboerema Cate Boerema
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