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What are the rules for stopping payment on checks?

Answer: According to the Uniform Commercial Code Section 4-403(a), an oral stop payment order is binding on the bank for 14 calendar days. Section 4-403(b) says that if you confirm the stop payment order in writing within the fourteen days, the order is binding for 6 months and may be renewed in writing for another 6 months.

Pre-authorized transfers: Up to 3 business days before the transfer is scheduled to occur, the consumer can stop payment by notifying the bank orally or in writing.

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