The reason I was asking was solely for convenience. ** does not stop fees at the bank, just criminal and civil collection activities.
So the personal answering you was correct, while the check can have any date, it will be honored almost always if presented before that time.
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.
On paper, the legal consequences for the maker of a bad check are usually quite severe, however, as a practical matter the holder of a bad check may find it difficult to put into effect available remedies.
They can always close the bank account that the "post dated" checks were drawn on and you'd still be behind the eight ball regardless.Yes it is legal to ask them, the issue is, that I do not believe you can require them to if they refuse to give them to you, since there is no protection for them that you could not run them though early.There certainly is such a thing as post-dated checks, and contrary to your reply, no they can not be cashed before the date printed on the check. I didn't find this rude - you asked, she answered - anyway, she's right.In some states there is a criminal offense only when the bad check is given in exchange for property or for a present consideration.In other states it is a criminal offense to issue a bad check with intent to defraud or with knowledge of insufficient funds.