This section shall not apply to a postdated check nor to any check, draft or written order where the payee or holder thereof knows or has good and sufficient reason to believe that the drawer did not have sufficient funds on deposit to his credit with the drawee to insure payment thereof.
It shall be unlawful for any person with intent to defraud to stop payment on any check, draft or other written order on any bank or depository for the payment of money or its equivalent when such check, draft or other written order was given to obtain money, credit, goods or services; provided, that such money, credit, goods or services were as represented at the time of the issuance of any check, draft or written order. Any person so convicted shall be punished by a fine or imprisonment as provided for in Section 34-11-90.
1 week, 5 days ago | South Carolina
I gave a person a check on 4/1/17. On 5/6/2017 I was informed the check was destroyed and would not be deposited. On 5/7/2017 an argument occurred cause me to leave house. On 5/8/2017 I stopped pa… [Reply/Read more]