What Is a Void Cheque?

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A void cheque is a check that is no longer valid. If you try cashing or depositing a void cheque, you will not be successful. A check needs to be valid in order for it to be deposited or cashed.
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Why do you keep asking this? And why would you sign it? Just write VOID on it. And obviously you have voided a check before, because you said so at the bottom.
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3 months was my impression, too. It should say on it somewhere. Government cheques, I'm sure are three months. I could be wrong. The consensus seems to say its 6 months and I found
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A voided check is a cheque written or partially written but then cancelled or deleted by the maker of the cheque with the word “VOID” across the cheque to make sure no
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For at least two decades Canadians have enjoyed the ability to have regularly recurring payments (e.g, telephone bills, utility bills, cable TV bills, mortgages) electronically deducted
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