Whether a cheque made payable to "SELF OR BEARER", the drawer has to compulsorily sign on the reverse also in addition to the bearer?
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i think its a common practise.
Dear Sir / Madam,
Yes, a cheque made payable to Self or Bearer implies that the Account holder is withdrawing the cash himself / herself so his / her signature on the cheque and on the reverse of the cheque is mandatory.
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