What is an open cheque?

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An open cheque is one which can be paid at the counter of a bank as soon as it is issued to the drawee bank. The only requirement by the bank is a proof of identity from the person who is cashing the cheque in order to ascertain that they are paying the correct person to whom the cheque was given.
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