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Backdating

Predating a document or instrument prior to the date it was actually drawn. The negotiability of an instrument is not affected by the fact that it is backdated.

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But water companies are refusing to backdate compensation claims to when they were first privatised 13 years ago.
Following announcement of the plan not to backdate the pay rise, which the Police Federation claims reduces it to 1.
Mr South said he had written to local MPs asking for their support in urging the Home Secretary to honour the recommendation and backdate the pay rise from September 1.
But Elland Road moneymen are risking the loss of the pounds 10m-rated star by refusing to backdate his pounds 8000-a-week rise.
The committee issued a blunt demand for Ms Smith to change her mind and backdate the rise
PLANS to backdate millions of pounds of business taxes for riverside companies could soon be scrapped, following a crucial House of Lords decision.
He added he hoped the government would change the current "statutory instrument" to effectively backdate the amendment and wipe the debt of the port businesses.