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acceptor

[ak′sep·tər]
(chemistry)
A chemical whose reaction rate with another chemical increases because the other substance undergoes another reaction.
A species that accepts electrons, protons, electron pairs, or molecules such as dyes.
(chemical engineering)
A calcined carbonate used to absorb the carbon dioxide evolved during a coal gasification process.
(solid-state physics)
An impurity element that increases the number of holes in a semiconductor crystal such as germanium or silicon; aluminum, gallium, and indium are examples. Also known as acceptor impurity; acceptor material.

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ed, the court shall dismiss such objection considering the application by the holder and the holder of the cheque shall be deemed as its legitimate owner towards the drawee.
Smaller rural banks often battle inclement weather during the winter months in order to ship checks to the drawee banks.
The term "protest" refers to when negotiable instrument debtors (the drawee or prior holders) refuse to perform their obligations to the creditors/holders.
And the Clearing House, in the stock markets, they act interposing themselves between the seller or salesperson and the drawee of the options, eliminating the direct bond between them.
check-cashing bank to collect from drawee bank were not "for the
As an alternative to drawing up a protest, non-payment may be established by 1) a statement made from the drawee indicating that date of presenting the cheque 2) a statement issued by the clearing house stating that the cheque has been presented within the legally prescribed period but the value thereof has not been paid.
Dishonour of a cheque is a criminal offence punishable with detention or fine in accordance with Article (401) of the Federal Law No 3 of 1987 on the Issuance of Penal Code, which states: "Detention or a fine shall be imposed upon anyone who, in bad faith, gives a draft (cheque) without a sufficient and drawable balance or who, after giving a cheque, withdraws all or part of the balance, making the balance insufficient for settlement of the cheque, or if he orders a drawee not to cash a cheque or makes or signs the cheque in a manner that prevents it from being cashed.
Rodriguez said the bill requires the drawee bank of a bouncing check to divulge the signatory or signatories upon written request of the payee even if the case is not yet filed in court.
When the drawee receives the objection he shall refrain from payment of the value of the cheque to the possessor of the cheque and should set aside the value of the cheque, pending decision on the matter.
In the event of denial, the drawer, to the exclusion of others, shall prove that the drawee of the cheque had at the time of its making enough funds to pay it, failing which he shall secure the payment of the cheque in spite of making a protest after the legally prescribed time limits.
GY, Doha ANSWER: A cheque is an unconditional payment arrangement between drawee, drawer and the beneficiary.
A cheque may not be issued unless the drawer has, at the time of drawing the cheque with the drawee, has funds which he can dispose of by cheque pursuant to an expressed or implied agreement.