Non-payment of cheques, Business Law and Ethics

Non-Payment of Cheques

A banker's authority about pay a cheque that will be determined or that terminated through: like;

(a) Countermand of payment, below s.75 (a). the Act does not prescribe the mode in the countermand is such to be effected. Further it may thus be done orally or in writing. Conversely a means of obtaining the evidence that of the countermand, such bankers frequently utilized a written notice also. a cheque is countermanded such the drawer instructs the bank not to honour such the cheque presented for payment. Although to be effective, hence the notice must subsist prearranged to the banker before the cheque is just paid. almost despite the countermand, such the bank pays the cheque, such it will be liable for refund the money about to the drawer: like; Burnett v Westminster Bank Limited there.

(b) Notice of the customer's death - Cheques drawn through a customer previous to his death are such valid because like a precaution as the banker will not honour them. So one is

(c) conversely the customer’s account such has insufficient funds so, one is

(d) Notice of such the presentation of such a bankruptcy petition against then the customer. This terminates a banker's authority since of technical reasons under the Bankruptcy Act also.

(e) since the cheque has been altered or changed.

(f) further the cheque is irregular or uneven.

(g) One is as Garnishee Order - Conversely a Garnishee Order is an order such of the Court to a bank manager freezing such the account of a customer further notice from till the court there.

(h) Although insanity of the drawer also.

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