⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'cheque that bounced' von Englisch nach Deutsch
cheque that bounced [Br.]geplatzter Scheck {m}
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Übersetzung für 'cheque that bounced' von Englisch nach Deutsch

cheque that bounced [Br.]
geplatzter Scheck {m}
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Holden turns up and after some friendly chitchat, tells Dave that the cheque bounced.
  • He later asserted that there are only cost centers within a business, and “the only profit center is a customer whose cheque hasn’t bounced”.
  • QPR have commented on this issue by saying the cheque he paid to the club bounced, and that he is aware of this fact.
  • Meanwhile, relatives of several Ahmadpur East tragedy victims alleged that their financial aid cheque issued by the district government on the order of Punjab CM Shahbaz Sharif had bounced by the banks concerned.
  • Shepherd) and his boss Joe McIntyre (Reece Dinsdale) confront him and his family about a bounced cheque that they had used to pay for their fitted kitchen.
  • According to one story, Ravenscroft received no payment for a song that earned Rafferty an income of £80,000 per annum; a cheque for £27 given to Ravenscroft bounced and was framed and hung on his solicitor's wall.
  • Penalty charges or Liquidated damages are illegal in UK contract law unless they represent the real cost of a breach of contract incurred through an unauthorised overdraft level or bounced cheque.
  • First he gave ₹10 lakh cheque to the family of Mohan Chand Sharma, a police officer who died in the encounter, which bounced when checked for its validity.
  • She gave the landlord a cheque she had received for $20, which she had altered to $20,000; when the cheque bounced, the landlord obtained an eviction order and seized her belongings.
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