A check drawn by a bank upon its own funds, signed by the cashier.
check which cannot bounce because its face amount is paid to the bank when it is issued, and the bank then assumes the obligation.
A check drawn on a bank by itself. A cashier's check is often requested in transactions where the receiving party wants to be assured that the check will actually clear the bank. The bank makes the check payable from the bank directly to the party that you want to pay.