2020 Indiana Code
Title 26. Commercial Law
Article 2. Commercial Transactions
Chapter 7. Penalties for Stopping Payments or Permitting Dishonor of Checks and Drafts
26-2-7-4. Liability for Stopping Payment or Permitting Dishonor of Checks

Universal Citation: IN Code § 26-2-7-4 (2020)

Sec. 4. Subject to section 8 of this chapter, a person found liable under other applicable law is liable under this chapter to the holder of a check if the person executed and delivered the check to another person drawn on or payable at a financial institution and the person does either of the following:

(1) Without valid legal cause stops payment on the check.

(2) Allows the check to be dishonored by a financial institution because of any of the following:

(A) Lack of funds.

(B) Failure to have an account.

(C) Lack of an authorized signature of the drawer or a necessary endorser.

As added by P.L.42-1993, SEC.18.

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