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bounced check

A written order to a bank for a certain amount of funds that has been dishonored because such funds are not available in the account in question. Primarily heard in US, South Africa. The bank notified me of several bounced checks that my husband has been writing around the country.
See also: bounce, check
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KARACHI -- The SHO Al-Falah Police Station, Tariq Baig refused to lodge FIR against Jalaluddin under 489-F bounced cheque of Rs.
Prosecutor Dr Mohammad Hussain Al Hamadi from Dubai Public Prosecution said they are planning to register such cases in the police station as these are cases of fraud and not a bounced cheque case.
And according to police records, the man had been involved in several bounced cheque cases.
The Ordinance was necessitated as a Bill to help litigants in cases of bounced cheque was passed by the Lok Sabha earlier this year but it could not go sail through the Rajya Sabha.
The number of accused in bounced cheque cases was 4,120 in 2012, compared to 4,455 in 2011, a decline of up to 7.
Article 401 requires that the issuer of a bounced cheque did so with "bad intention".
However a new police complaint was lodged against him on January 2, for issuing a bounced cheque worth $1.
The new case filed against him by Nakheel is over another alleged bounced cheque in relation to the purchase of a plot of land on the firm's Dubai Waterfront development.
Garhi Shahoo Police said Yousuf lodged an FIR against a citizen Abdul Razzaq who gave him a bounced cheque.
The overdraft fee is USD34 per bounced cheque at Citibank.
London, Dec 23 (ANI): A 3-pound bounced cheque written by Gordon Brown has been sold at auction for thousands of pounds.
A VAST number of us, myself included, have experienced the humiliation and expense of a bounced cheque.
Nearly two thirds of small companies said they have fallen victim to a bounced cheque.
Nearly half of UK businesses have suffered a bounced cheque over the last 12 months, according to a survey by the Better Payment Practice Group.