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Question ID : 44600


Myt client has written cheques dated 25.03.2024 to a trade payable falling under the Micro or Small category as defined under the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development Act, 2006. As on 31.03.2024, the time period allowed under the said Act, has expired. The said cheque is cleard after 15.04.2024. My client is having (1) current account only, (ii) my client is enjoying credit facilty and that cheque is withing drawing power, or (iii) my client is enjoying credit facilty and his limit got exceeded if auditor counts that chequed dated 25.03.2024. My question is : When is the said cheque dated 25.03.2024 and cleard on or after 15.04.2024 treaed as cleard in the books of account?

Posted by KETAN SHETH on Jan 23, 2024

Filed Under AUDIT

Answer ID : 85292

The Supreme Court accordingly concluded that even if a cheque is accepted conditionally, i.e. subject to realisation, the legal position would be that the date of payment would relate back to the date when the cheque was issued and not when it was encashed or credited to account. In this case 25/03/2024

Posted by Hari Beldona on Feb 02, 2024