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3 Responses to “Worthless Postdated Checks”

  1. J. Powell says:

    There is a case for felony obtaining property by false pretenses by representing that there will be money in the account to cover the money at a future date, and then the check not be made good.

    • R. Johnson says:

      Although the person who passes the bad check may not be liable for criminal liability, can they still be held under NC Gen. Stat. 6-21.3 for civil liability.

  2. Rick G. says:

    Do you know of any cases that stand for the proposition that a post dated check is insufficient consideration to support a contract, specifically a residential lease?

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