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58 Pa. Code § 163.12.  Issuance or passing of bad checks.

§ 163.12.  Issuance or passing of bad checks.

 A person may not issue a check in payment for a license fee, fine, nomination or entry fee or other fees, or for services or supplies when the person knows or should reasonably know that the check will be refused for payment by the bank upon which it is written, or that the account upon which it is written does not contain sufficient funds for payment of the check, or that the check is written on a closed account or a nonexistent account.


   The provisions of this §  163.12 adopted October 21, 1977, effective October 22, 1977, 7 Pa.B. 3128.

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