Open Cheque


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Open Cheque

A check that must be paid upon presentation at the drawee bank. It contrasts with a crossed check.
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Iran offered Iraq an 'open cheque' to help them battle Isis, the Iraqi Ambassador has been reported as saying.
However this cannot and will not be an open cheque - as will have been made clear.
It's up to the Libyans and there is an open cheque book.
While Manchester City and Co seemingly have an open cheque book, Villa are relying on O'Neill's nous.
Business minister Ian Pearson warned yesterday government intervention to help major businesses would be "exceptional" and there will be no "open cheque book".
Keegan has been handed an open cheque book by billionaire owner Mike Ashley and he will make Hutton one of his major summer targets.
"With eight under-bidders, there are purchasers ready to pounce, many of whom have an open mind and open cheque book to find the property that they are after."
'And while there isn't an open cheque book, Mr Romanov is a major player with big ambitions who will be putting significant resources into the club.
I know people will ask questions of the Welsh regions and how can we compete with sides with an open cheque book?
Meanwhile, McAteer believes that Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group showed their ambition by giving manager Jurgen Klopp "virtually an open cheque book" last summer - but money wasn't spent in the right areas.
Oosthuizen, who once shot 57 at his local course in South Africa, is known as Shrek to his friends, though probably not after he picked up that Open cheque.
It's easy to manage at a club like Chelsea with an open cheque book, but he hasn't got that luxury.