What is a Letter Giving Notice of Dishonour of a Cheque?

This is a letter giving notice to an individual or a company that their cheque has been dishonoured.


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Things to notice and consider during a notice of dishonor

1. The format of the notice;
2. Who it has been given by;
3. To whom it’s for;
4. When;
5. Where;
6. The effects;
7. When a want of notice is excused;
8. When it’ll be waived.

Who can provide a Notice of Dishonor?


Notice is given by the holder, someone authorized by the holder, or an involved party who is liable to clear the bill or note. 



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