[OT] Re: Best practice for periodic key change?
jerome at jeromebaum.com
Sat May 7 23:02:15 CEST 2011
On Sat, May 7, 2011 at 22:47, Jerome Baum <jerome at jeromebaum.com> wrote:
> On Sat, May 7, 2011 at 22:38, MFPA <expires2011 at ymail.com> wrote:
>> As for the meaning of the date, whether it is supposed to mean the
> date the signature was written or the date the instruction to pay
>> becomes effective or simply the date the cheque is issued to the payee
>> is unclear to me - and probably varies around the world. UK banks have
>> told me all three versions at various times. The one I heard
>> originally (and most often over the years) is the effective date of
>> the instruction to pay. YMMV.
> I would trust the fine print over any of these versions. That's what I
> meant with banks being incompetent. I might read through my fine print
> later to find out. If I do, I'll post here.
Per Art. 1 Nr. 5 ScheckG (German law regarding checks), the date on the
check is the date of issuing. Per Art. 28 there is no post-dating.
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