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How long is a personal check good for in fl.?

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Most banks will honor a stale check if it is not over six months old.  If there is no time limit printed on the check, the bank can honor it or not.  Even though the check may not be honored by the bank, the person to whom the check was given is still owed and can seek legal recourse to collect.

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