He supposed that it is illegal because it misrepresents when the check was signed, much as it would be on a notarized document. (That is if the bank is doing their job)High Soci I've never heard of "pre-dating" a check.
I supposed that it is, in fact, legal since the date is not intended to represent the date of the signing, but rather it is to be understood that the date indicates when the check is valid. I think you're talking about the same thing that Tinker is.
If I give you a check today that's dated June 24th, it's stale.
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If your friend is correct, then it would also be illegal to pre-date a check which keeps someone from being able to cash it until that date.
Post-dating a check is when you write the check on the 17th but date it for the 25th, so it can't be cashed for a week after it is written.
The most relevant paragraph being: The UCC (Uniform Commercial Code) states that an instrument payable on demand is not payable before its date.
Therefore, a post-dated check remains payable on demand, but not before the date noted on the check.
Don't know if it is legal or not, but then again...
who really stops at a stop sign when no other car is coming or slows down at a yellow light?
02 when it is really 17 Dec 02 so therefore you are posting the date after the said date.
I pre-date checks all the time and the bank won't cash them until the said date, but that is in TX.
High Soci, I've never heard of "pre-dating" a check either.
Yes, "post" means after, the sense being you're writing down a date that comes after the day on which you write the check.
Generally, the fact that a check is post-dated, in and of itself, does not render the check a conditional obligation nor does it have any impact whatsoever on the checks negotiability. The subsequent paragraph agrees with aahala on the fact that some state consider post-dated checks are promisary notes. sailor, I did a search on "post date check", any date in the GQ forum only and got zero hits.