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POST DATE. To date an instrument a time after that on which it is made. Vide Date.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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As explained more fully in Part III.B, payday lenders in Texas and in a few other states violate state law when they seek prosecution based solely on the fact that a consumer's post-dated check was returned due to insufficient funds.
Residents in Petra are protesting the Jordanian government's failure to refund post-dated checks from the recently banned sale of cars in showrooms, a practice that has been going on for years, but has became more pronounced in the past year.
One of the most common is the post-dated check. This takes the form of a loan in the amount of one's paycheck.
Every time the financial agreement is extended, a replacement check is written, and the previous post-dated check is returned to the customer.
She offered to write me a post-dated check for the value of the bag, in case she damaged it.
Third, they should require or at least allow multiple installment payments rather than one large payment, and last, they should not require a post-dated check or electronic access to a bank account for repayment.
Among other initiatives, Aboitiz has adopted the Robotic Process Automation (RPA), where real-time data on company customer records (unposted payments, post-dated checks, and guarantees) are summarized per account and sent directly to sales managers.
Kapa was even reported to have advanced the high interest by issuing post-dated checks covering the investors' monthly take.
After pooling the cash, Mendoza would then issue post-dated checks as advance payments for their capital contributions and earned interest.
Then, there's this daughter who goes around, borrowing and giving PDCs (post-dated checks) -kiting checks.
As a guarantee, the company issued post-dated checks in the form of monthly interest to each investor.

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