A written order to transfer money from a bank account as a form of payment that can be used in place of cash.
(GB) or check (US) - a written order to a bank to pay on demand a specified sum to a named person or business.
Defined in Section 73 of the Nigerian Bills of Exchange Ordinance 1958 as "a bill of exchange drawn on a banker and payable on demand".
a written order directing a bank to pay money; "he paid all his bills by check"
withdraw money by writing a check
a bill drawn on a bank, payable on demand
a bill of exchange drawn on a specified banker and not expressed to be payable otherwise than on demand
a convenient and secure means to make payment of large sums of money
a form of bill of exchange
a form that can be used instead of money
a negotiable instrument drawn against deposited funds for payment and undertaking to pay a determinate amount of money to a specific person upon demand
a negotiable instrument that is signed and issued by the drawer, who authorizes the bank or other financial institution handling check deposit to pay unconditionally a sum certain in money to the payer or the bearer at sight
a piece of paper that puts money in my account
a printed form used instead of money which allows you to make payments from your bank
a special type of Bill of Exchange
a written instruction to your bank
a written order by an account holder to his banker to pay a specified sum of money to the bearer or named recipient
A bill of exchange, which is an unconditional order in writing, addressed and signed by the drawer to instruct the drawee bank to pay on demand a certain sum of money to the payee or bearer.
A written order (usually on a pre-printed form) directing a bank to pay a specified amount of money to a particular person.
to renew the bill
A written instruction to a bank. It can be used to pay you money. You can write out cheques to yourself to get money out of your account or to pay other people, if you have your own chequebook with your current account.
A written, dated and signed instrument from the drawer that directs a bank to pay a definite sum of money to the person's order on demand.
a written order to a bank, credit union or trust company to pay a certain sum of money from the depositor's account to the person named
A written order directing money to be paid from an account.
A written order from a financial institution for payment of a certain amount of money.
A cheque or check, is a negotiable instrumentAlthough cheques are regulated in most countries as negotiable instruments, in many countries they are not actually negotiable, viz., the payee cannot endorse the cheque in favour of a third party. Payers could usually designate a cheque as being payable to a named payee only by "crossing" the cheque, thereby designating it as account payee only, but in an effort to combat financial crime, many countries have provided by a combination of law and regulation that all cheques should be treated as crossed, or account payee only, and are not negotiable. instructing a financial institution to pay a specific amount of a specific currency from a specific demand account held in the maker/depositor's name with that institution. Both the maker and payee may be natural persons or legal entities.