bad cheque


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Related to bad cheque: Bounced Checks
  • noun

Synonyms for bad cheque

a check that is dishonored on presentation because of insufficient funds

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The singer had fled to the UAE city after being convicted with a prison sentence for writing out bad cheques to one charity in Egypt.
The runaways had filed bad cheque criminal complaints but those cases were closed later by the prosecution.
Convictions for writing bad cheques can carry stiff sentences, and they have landed dozens of Dubai residents in jail.
She's not really a criminal, she might have written a bad cheque here and there so she would wind up getting caught up in one thing after another, but nothing serious.
If you need any more motivation to train or retrain your staff, just consider how much extra business you'll have to do to make up the profit wiped out by one bad cheque of 50 [pounds sterling].
The growing number of commercial disputes and bad cheque incidents prompted Dubai's police department to propose the licensing of specialised collection companies to handle debts arising from dud cheque transactions.
Colonel Kalander said the initiative contributed a great deal in solving financial disputes and provide a chance to defendants involved in bad cheque cases to pay off their debts directly at the police stations before referring the file to the public prosecution and the court.
Mary Hollywood, 46, of Hornby Road, Bootle, received 50 hours unpaid work for trying to cash a bad cheque.
Michael Jon Schofield, 60, was being held in Dallas, Texas, after being charged in California with two felony counts of grand theft and one felony count of writing a bad cheque, prosecutors said.
The skipper was spotted by our spies kicking balls with his right foot while bouncing like a bad cheque.
He had accused them of passing him a bad cheque for his rent and had been trying to evict hem.
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Colonel Omar Abdullah Al Suwaidi, director of Sharjah Police General Centres, said the initiative contributed a great deal in solving financial disputes and provided a chance to defendants involved in bad cheque cases to pay their debts directly at the police station.
Though there have not been any recent figures on what percentage of criminal cases are bad cheque cases courts handled last year, officials say it is not a small part.
Colonel Al Suwaidi said the initiative contributed a great deal in solving financial disputes and provide a chance to defendants involved in bad cheque cases to pay off their debts directly at the police stations before referring the file to the public prosecution and the court.