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bankers' cheque

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  • bankers' draft — Either an instrument in the form of a cheque consisting of an order to pay drawn by a branch of the debtor s bank on another branch of the same bank or an instrument in the form of a promissory note representing a promise by the debtor s bank to… …   Law dictionary

  • Cheque — A Canadian cheque …   Wikipedia

  • Cheque and Credit Clearing Company — The Cheque and Credit Clearing Company Limited is a membership based industry body with 12 settlement members. The company has managed the cheque clearing system in England and Wales since 1985, and in all of Great Britain since 1996 when it took …   Wikipedia

  • rubber cheque —    a cheque which is dishonoured    It is liable to bounce2:     Rubber checks make bankers break out in a rash. (Sanders, 1992) …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • Bank fraud — is the use of fraudulent means to obtain money, assets, or other property owned or held by a financial institution. In many instances, bank fraud is a criminal offense. While the specific elements of a particular banking fraud law vary between… …   Wikipedia

  • Bank — For other uses, see Bank (disambiguation). Banker and Bankers redirect here. For other uses, see Banker (disambiguation). Banking …   Wikipedia

  • Demand draft — A demand draft A demand draft, also known as a remotely created check, a tele check, or check by phone, check by fax or echeck, is a check created by a merchant with a buyer s checking account number on it, but without the buyer s original… …   Wikipedia

  • List of sort codes of the United Kingdom — In the United Kingdom the initial digits of bank sort codes are allocated to settlement members of the Cheque and Credit Clearing Company and the Belfast Bankers Clearing Committee. These numbers are six digits long, formatted into three pairs… …   Wikipedia

  • Merchant bank — Banking A series on Financial services …   Wikipedia

  • American Express — Company Type Public Traded as NYSE: AXP Dow Jones Component …   Wikipedia

  • Bank Account Debits Tax — (BADT or BAD) was an Australian tax levied on customer withdrawals from bank accounts with a cheque facility (both withdrawals made by cheque or by another means, such as EFTPOS). The tax was introduced by the Commonwealth in 1982. The power to… …   Wikipedia