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Old June 3rd, 2011, 05:05 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by lordofthereef View Post
Good advice. This is something of a concern of mine. I guess what is unclear to me is does this have to be HIS bank that we go through or is it my bank? My bank is just down the road from my house, so that is not an issue. Who provides the notary stamp?
Some banks will accept a cashier's check for deposit. Then you write 20,000 worth of checks and they bounce because the check is bad. Ask your bank first. Perhaps they will call the buyer's bank and clear it on the spot.

I say go to his bank, watch the teller cut the check, and you should be OK.

My bank has a notary, so perhaps your bank does as well.

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