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LAWS OF MARYLAND

Ch. 687

Section 353A (as repealed by provisions of Chapter 849

of the Acts of the General Assembly of 1978)
Annotated Code of Maryland
(1976 Replacement Volume and 1978 Supplement)

3Y repealing and reenactinq, with amendments,

Article 27 — Crimes and Punishments

Section 33A (as enacted by provisions of Chapter 849 of

the Acts of the General Assembly of 1978)
Annotated Code of Maryland
(1976 Replacement Volume and 1978 Supplement)

BY repealing and reenactinq, with amendments,

Article 27 - Crimes and Punishments

Section 32

Annotated Code of Maryland

(1976 Replacement Volume and 1978 Supplement)

SECTION 1. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
MARYLAND, That section(s) of the Annotated Code of Maryland

(in part as enacted by Chapter 849 of the Acts of the

General Assembly of 1978) be repealed, amended, or enacted
to read as follows:

Article 27 — Crimes and Punishments

141.

A person is guilty of obtaining property or services by
a bad check when:

(a)     (1) As a drawer or representative drawer,
he obtains property or services by uttering a check knowing
that he or his principal, as the case may be, has
insufficient funds with the drawee to cover it AND OTHER
OUTSTANDING CHECKS; and

(b)     (1) He obtains property or services by
passing a check knowing that the drawer thereof has
insufficient funds with the drawee to cover it AND OTHER
OUTSTANDING CHECKS; and

142.

(a)   When the drawer of a check has insufficient funds
with the drawee to cover it AND OTHER OUTSTANDING CHECKS at
the time of utterance, the subscribing drawer or
representative drawer, as the case may be, is presumed to
know of the insufficiency.

(b)   A subscribing drawer or representative drawer, as
the case may be, of an ultimately dishonored check is
presumed to have intended or believe that the check would be
dishonored upon presentation when:

 

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