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ASC/X9 - X9.100-151 - CHECK CORRECTION STRIPS Organization: ASC/X9
Date: 2010-07-20
Description: This standard covers the design and the functional characteristics of the strip extension (“strip”) as affixed to a check. These strips provide a new MICR clear band area used to modify or correct the MICR line of items for forward collection, returns, rejects, or other banking interchange systems.
ASC/X9 - ANSI X9.100-187 - ELECTRONIC EXCHANGE OF CHECK AND IMAGE DATA Organization: ASC/X9
Date: 2016-08-19
Description: This standard, including the normative annexes, establishes the file sequences, record types, and field formats to be used for the electronic exchange of check MICR line, associated check processing data and check images in the form of cash letters.
ASC/X9 - ANSI X9.100-180 - SPECIFICATIONS FOR ELECTRONIC EXCHANGE OF CHECK AND IMAGE DATA (NON-DOMESTIC) (FORMERLY DSTU X9.100-187) Organization: ASC/X9
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: This standard, including the normative annexes, establishes the file sequences, record types and field formats to be used for the electronic exchange of check MICR line data, associated check processing data, check images and optional user information in the form of cash letters.
ASC/X9 - X9.100-140 - SPECIFICATIONS FOR AN IMAGE REPLACEMENT DOCUMENT IRD Organization: ASC/X9
Date: 2008-11-17
Description: An IRD is a substitute image copy of a check or a replacement for a previous IRD that includes a machine readable MICR line. An IRD that conforms to this standard and meets the requirements of a Substitute Check within Regulation CC is considered the practical and legal equivalent of the original paper check or of a previous IRD.
ASC/X9 - ANSI X9.100-140 - IMAGE REPLACEMENT DOCUMENT – IRD Organization: ASC/X9
Date: 2016-08-19
Description: An IRD is a substitute image copy of a check or a replacement for a previous IRD that includes a machine readable MICR line. An IRD that conforms to this standard and meets the requirements of a Substitute Check within Regulation CC is considered the practical and legal equivalent of the original paper check or of a previous IRD.

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