Substitute Check Sample Clauses

Substitute Check. A paper reproduction of a check that contains an image of the front and back of the check and meets the other technical requirements for a substitute check under Check 21 and Federal Reserve Board Regulation CC.
Substitute Check. A paper reproduction of an Original Check that (1) contains an image of the front and back of the Original Check; (2) bears a MICR line that, except as provided under the applicable Standard, contains all the information appearing on the MICR line of the Original Check at the time that the Original Check was issued and any additional information that was encoded on the Original Check’s MICR line before an image of the Original Check was captured; (3) conforms in paper stock, dimension, and otherwise with ANS X9.100-140 (unless the FRB by rule or order determines that different standard applies); and (4) is suitable for automated processing in the same manner as the Original Check.
Substitute Check. A paper reproduction of an original check that:
Substitute Check. (as defined in Regulation CC) - is a check reproduction of an original check that: • contains an image of the front and back of the original check; • bears a MICR line containing all the information appearing on the MICR line of the original check at the time the original check was issued and any additional information that was encoded on the original check’s MICR line before an image of the original check was captured; and • is suitable for automated processing in the same manner as the original check. SERVICESThe Service, Checks2US, is designed to allow you to make deposits to your checking, savings, money market savings account, or club accounts by electronically transmitting a digital image of your paper checks to USFCU.
Substitute Check. An exact electronic image of the front and back of a check or other negotiable item, which may be submitted electronically for processing. The item must meet the criteria of an Image Replacement Item.

Related to Substitute Check

  • Substitute Teachers The AGENCY shall employ BOARD approved substitute teachers. A listing of BOARD-approved substitutes will be provided to the AGENCY. Potential substitutes can be trained by the Board prior to approval or the AGENCY can provide its own training. All substitutes must be BOARD approved and fingerprint verification must be submitted prior to approval.

  • Substitute Teaching An adjunct faculty member who is interested in a substitute teaching assignment may be assigned to teach as a substitute in a course section for which the adjunct faculty member is qualified to teach. Each semester an adjunct faculty member may submit to the appropriate Xxxx a written request, on a form provided by the College, which shall indicate his/her willingness and availability to act as a substitute teacher and a reliable means by which to contact the adjunct faculty member on short notice. An adjunct faculty member who is selected to substitute teach shall be paid in accordance with Article 8.4.

  • Substitute Pay An adjunct faculty member who substitute teaches shall be paid at forty dollars ($40) per fifty (50) minute class period. No person shall be paid extra for teaching two sections at the same hour, nor shall he/she be required to do so.

  • Substitute A casual employee who replaces a permanent employee absent from duty as defined in Article 1, B-7.

  • Substitute Employee A person who takes the place of an employee on a non-permanent, day-to-day basis, until the regularly assigned employee returns or is replaced.

  • Substitute Employees A substitute employee is a person hired to perform the duties of a position in the temporary absence of the employee who is regularly assigned to that position.

  • Tandem Transit Traffic 12.1 As used in this Section, Tandem Transit Traffic is Telephone Exchange Service traffic that originates on CBB's network, and is transported through Verizon’s Tandem to the subtending End Office or its equivalent of another carrier (CLEC, ILEC other than Verizon, Commercial Mobile Radio Service (CMRS) carrier, or other LEC (“Other Carrier”). Neither the originating nor terminating customer is a Customer of Verizon. Subtending End Offices shall be determined in accordance with and as identified in the Local Exchange Routing Guide (LERG). Switched Exchange Access Service traffic is not Tandem Transit Traffic.