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In theory, writing paid in full on the back of the check above where the indorsement is creates a contract between you and the payor. When you sign and deposit or cash the check, you agree to those terms. Again, Riverside THEORY the account is paid when you do that. Those who say it is an old wives tale should look at some cases where credit card payment clearing houses batch and deposit checks without looking for such entries, and people have been able to have the accounts closed as paid. The way to protect yourself is to write "With Prejudice" before you sign the back of the check. That is a counter offer that negates the attempt to pay the account off in full.
This is a real issue. Basically, that check is an offer to settle the amount of the debt for less then the full amount owed. If you cash it, you are agreeing to do this. In actual practice, the UCC has modified the rules in this area, so they are very confusing. Also, credit card companies routinely oinclude language in the agreement saying you promise not to send a "paid in full check" with your credit card bill. If you think they owe you more, send them a letter asking for a new check. DON'T CASH THE CHECK!! If you do, they instantly have a very good defense if you sue them for the rest of what you owe them. You can't just line out "paid in full" or write "with prejudice" either.
If you cash the check that says 'paid in full', the debtor -might- claim later that the debt is paid in full, and present the check (endorsed by you) as evidence. You need to get them to line out 'paid in full' and initial it, or to add 'first payment only' or something like that. Otherwise you can't cash the check, you have to return it and ask for a new one.
Here is a good article on "accord and satisfaction" brief, it states that unless there is a valid dispute to the actual amount owed, writing a restrictive endorsement on a check is not binding. The amount tendered is simply applied to the debt owed with the restictive endorsement being meaningless. That's not to say the debtor might try to claim that since you cashed the check, the account was paid in full and you may have to take them to court to make them see the error of their thinking.
DO NOT CASH IT. They are trying to scam you. If you cash a check that states paid in full then you are entering an agreement that the payment is in fact made and the debtor no longer owes you. Contact them and tell them to make a new check.
Human beings used to interrupt out with such issues as this a lengthy time period in the past in spite of the undeniable fact that it takes more advantageous than writing paid in complete on the verify. at the same time as human beings were using this methodology some time in the past the verify ought to assert in case you compromise for this verify you're accepting it as price in complete for the stability owed or some thing to that outcome. If it merely says paid in complete you could funds the verify and bill them for the 2d installment. you're literally not legally guaranteed to judge the loan paid in complete.
Nice try, but writing that on a check doesn't mean a thing. I do that every month for my car payment hoping I won't have to pay any more but it never seems to work. I also told the IRS that I don't have to file taxes because they sent me a notice with my name typed in all capital letters, but that's not how I write it so it's not legal. Haven't heard back from them on that one yet...
You're not bound by something the payer writes on the check. Legalistically, it could be argued that his notation is an "offer" and your cashing the check is an "acceptance" of sorts, but the third element required to make it a contract - the "consideration" is not there. He/she MIGHT try to not pay you the second installment but you would, clearly, win in a courtroom.
That is an old wives tale. Writing anything on the check other than the date and amount and signature, means nothing. If you'd like, simply draw a line through the comment and deposit the check, but even if you don't, the contract defines when it is paid, not the comment on the check.
You need to tell the person that they did not pay in full, get a copy of the check, and if they still claim that they did pay everything ask them to provide proof. If they can't, sue them in small claims court. When they can't prove it in small claims court, they will be ordered to pay the rest. Don't cash the check until it is straightened out. Can you please answer mine?