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tv. cancel that; ignore that (last remark). At four, no, check that, at three o’clock this afternoon, a bomb exploded at the riverside.
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If a taxpayer receives a substitute check that is not legally the same as the original check and suffers a loss related to the substitute check, the Check 21 Act provides the taxpayer with a special procedure that can be used for restitution (Check 21 Act, [section]6(a)).
A substitute check is a paper reproduction of the original check that can be processed just like the original check.
* Parties cannot refuse to accept a substitute check that meets the Act's requirements.
* No party will be asked to make payment based on a check that it has already paid (no double debit).
Substitute Check: A paper reproduction of the original check that:
A substitute check is a paper reproduction of the original check that includes electronically captured images of the front and back of the original check and a reproduction of the check's MICR line.
A substitute check is a paper reproduction of the original check that contains an image of the front and back of the original check and can be processed just like the original check.
Therefore, a lost check that was never honored should not be taxable income in the year it was received.
1967), in which the court held that, for a check that can be turned into cash immediately (as in this case), the receipt of the check, not the subsequent receipt of cash, is the taxable event.
Although the consumer would not ultimately be liable for the forged instrument, the consumer is nevertheless exposed to risk that was not anticipated and inconvenience resulting from a loan check that was not requested.
When a customer deposits a check that is returned by the paying bank (because of insufficient funds, for example), the bank in which it was deposited may charge the customer a fee.