Issuers recognize that most drawee banks utilize provisions in their account agreements to pay items that might be characterized as “stale items.” In the case, the check in question was issued by Aliaga’s president in the amount of ,000, payable to his wife as part of a divorce settlement.
The check included a statement “Void After 90 Days.” The payee cashed the check nearly six months after its issue date.
90 days have passed, and he still dogs a woman out afterward.
While I do not have an exact length of time; I think a woman should wait it out some time before sex. It’s a new world, and one just has to do what’s best for them and their heart.” “If women enact the 90-day moratorium on sex, than men should do the same thing for spending money on her.
When this happens, I'm grateful that nothing happened and I save myself for someone I want to date, someone to potentially have a long-term future with. Also, maybe go off to a cool hotel for the occasion and make a vacation of it!
For men it’s sex, for women it’s money, and either option will expose people’s true feelings.”I never had a 90-day rule.The article states in part: The phrase “Void After 90 Days,” or some variation thereof, has long appeared on many checks.It’s a restriction designed to protect the check issuer, but is it really enforceable?Is a bank liable if it honors the payment of that check?A recent Illinois Appellate Court decision answered these questions with a resounding “No.” The Illinois Appellate Court case, article.