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UCC Subsection 4-401 states that "a bank may honor an otherwise properly payable postdated check before its date unless the customer has given the bank reasonable notice of the postdating." The notice of postdating is simply a means by which you can place the bank on formal notice that you've written a postdated check, and it orders the bank not to pay the check before the date written thereon.If, after reasonable notification, the bank makes payment before the pay date on the check, it could be held liable for losses occurring due to its actions. I hope that you find this information to be helpful and this answer to be ACCEPTable!It is generally held that the giving of a bad check in payment of a preexisting debt does not fall within the purview of most states' bad check laws.Since the debt is preexisting the maker of the check did not deprive the payee of any right; procure anything of value from the payee or wrongfully appropriate anything belonging to the payee.In general, most of these criminal justice officers are just too busy with other more serious crimes against the community.Therefore, the filing of a badcheck criminal action will usually not be promptly acted upon, except in cases involving significant amounts of money.However, on small balance bad checks the letter may be sent regular mail.If the maker of a bad check does not respond to your notice and fails to make the check good, you should consider contacting an attorney in the locale/state where the bad check writer is domiciled.
It has generally been held that post-dated checks are not within the scope of most states' bad check laws.
I called my banks customer service on the 22nd and complained so I was given back 5 in snf and rejected item and after talking to them they told me to contact the mortgage company not to run check back through which i did so is this not accepting guilt on my banks side..
UCC Subsection 4-401 states that "a bank may honor an otherwise properly payable postdated check before its date unless the customer has given the bank reasonable notice of the postdating." Telling the bank to not process a check The UCC is a federal code (Unform Commerical Code).
So, if I have the money in the bank already, can I make the check dated for the day it is due, but send it 7 days ahead instead so they can stop complaining? Should I get, in writing, their pledge not to cash the check until the day it is due, or something? That will give you a solid record of payment as well.
Your ex needs to work out her own cash flow issues.