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  • What are the new changes in bounce cheque in the UAE effective 2022?

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    January 10, 2022

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    967 views

    The new changes will be in force from January 2022 onwards and impose new rules governing commercial cheques in the UAE. One of the significant changes being made concerns the limited scope of criminalization in instances of returned cheques on account of insufficient funds.


  • What are the types of fraud done by bank cheque?

    criminal law

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    September 27, 2021

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    1230 views

    In this article, we will be discussing the various types of cheque frauds and also the preventive measures that one can take when facing such issues.


  • Can a cheque bounce after it has been cleared?

    criminal law

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    September 13, 2021

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    958 views

    A returned cheque can invite both civil and criminal liabilities on an individual pursuant to the UAE laws. Therefore, it is very important, that UAE residents are well aware of the responsibilities in financial transactions including the potential risks.


  • What happens if you issued a Bounced Cheque by mistake?

    criminal law

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    November 05, 2020

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    1859 views

    We all talk about what is a cheque, what happens when it is dishonoured and how to seek legal redress in the event a cheque is bounced. However, we still feel the lack of importance given to dishonoured cheques issued by mistake or the details added in the cheques were mistakenly added wrong, or such cheques were never supposed to be released for payments.


  • Are you criminally liable for Bounced Cheque?

    criminal law

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    February 11, 2019

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    12979 views

    Just as threatening the title of this article may seem, the consequences of a returned cheque or a bounced cheque can be similar in UAE.


  • Cheques in the United Arab Emirates

    criminal law

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    April 11, 2016

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    5495 views

    Since a cheque is meant to replace money, people must have trust in it. Therefore the UAE penal law levied a punishment against anyone issuing insufficient funds its due date. Such a crime is known as the bounce cheque crime.


  • Five Points You Should Know About the Cheque

    criminal law

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    April 11, 2016

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    6625 views

    Dr. Hassan Elhais discussed the five points you should know about the Cheque.


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