Ors 165065 negotiating a bad check oregon revised statutes 2015 edition 165065 negotiating a bad check 1 a person commits the crime of negotiating a bad check if the person makes draws or utters a check or similar sight order for the payment of money knowing that it.
3 negotiating a bad check is a a class a misdemeanor except as provided in paragraph b of this subsection b enhanced from a class a misdemeanor to a class c felony if at the time of sentencing it is established beyond a reasonable doubt that the person has been convicted in this state within the preceding five years of the crime of.
Therefore laws in states such as oregon do not allow for post dating of checks but do enable your employer to delay paying you in other ways considerations if your states laws do allow your employer to post date paychecks or if you receive your paycheck before payday you can still attempt to cash it.
Even if a post dated check is not honored when it is first presented there is always the possibility that the check will clear at its second presentment or that the creditor can tender the check to the debtors bank on a collection basis.
Re post dated check the bank is wrong there is nothing unlawful about postdating a check and both the bank of deposit and the payor your bank are responsible for noting and acting on the information on the check including the date.
Span classnews_dtjul 21 2000spannbsp018332the date stated determines the time of payment if the instrument is payable at a fixed period after the date ucc article 4 4401 if a bank charges against the account of a customer a check before the date stated in the notice of postdating the bank is.
check recipients can either decide to accept or not accept a postdated check a recipient can also check with her bank to see if it will cash it before the checks date which the bank should not do if the writer has requested it doesnt.
A postdated check is an order to pay the bearer at a definite time in the future obligation of the bank although it is legal to postdate a check the bank to which the check is presented for payment may charge the payors account even before the date of the check and even if doing so creates an overdraft.
I post dated a check for rent gave it to the office on a weekend knowing that i dont get psid til wednesday the office deposited a one time deposits to my bank on a weekend and was charged for it the office did not try again again to cash the check reply prev 1 2.