bad cheque


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Related to bad cheque: Bounced Checks
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Noun1.bad cheque - a check that is dishonored on presentation because of insufficient fundsbad cheque - a check that is dishonored on presentation because of insufficient funds; "issuing a bad check is a form of larceny"
bank check, check, cheque - a written order directing a bank to pay money; "he paid all his bills by check"
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bad cheque

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Summary: CPM leader Kodiyeri's son facing cheating cases involving Dh7m had paid fines in two bad cheque cases in 2017
Earlier, the Director of Public Prosecutions had consented that she be charged with theft, forgery, issuance of a bad cheque and abuse of office in respect of the Sh2.
The Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) had given a consent that she be charged for stealing, issuing a bad cheque and abuse of office in respect of the Sh2.
The number of bad cheque issuers in the first five months of the years fell 18 per cent to 216.
More victims of bad cheque scams have spoken out after Abu Dhabi authorities detained a conman who bought cars with bounced cheques.
According to Laha Magazine, the verdict was made by a Cairo court back in 2013 when al Helou wrote a bad cheque for $14,000 to a company that pledged to give aid (flour) to Libyan people on his behalf.
Instead of honouring this sacred obligation, America has given the Negro people a bad cheque, a cheque that has come back marked 'insufficient funds'.
In total she was charged with seven counts of theft including stealing money from a work cash tin and one count of fraud relating to the bad cheque.
In one case, the son of a rich businessman forged a bad cheque of Dh700 million to frame his father.
The sums involved are often quite steep: A British man was jailed last year for bouncing a cheque worth Dh180,000 ($49,000), and an Emirati man faces jail time this month for a bad cheque worth Dh6.
Mr Wain, 67, was deducted pounds 300 for a bad cheque passed at his shop.
Britain, which gave Zimbabwe a bad cheque in 1979 at Lancaster house, a cheque which has come back marked "insufficient funds", is responsible for Zimbabwe's economic woes.