Well, I'm pretty sure you can't use ILLegal tender to buy things...
Yes all Scottish notes are legal tender throughout the UK, that is in England, Northern Ireland and Wales. Actually no. Scottish and Northern Irish notes may be used in any part of the UK and as they are marked Sterling, most shops will accept them. They are not legal tender however. Legal tender is a misunderstood term and does not refer to whether money is currency that can be used. Scottish and Northern Irish sterling notes are not legal tender in any part of the UK. No banknote is legal tender in Scotland or N. Ireland in fact! This money is issued by retail banks and is classed as a promissory note not Legal Tender. The expression Legal Tender is to do with debt payment laws and refers to a form of payment that is legally always acceptable. In England and Wales the only legal tender is money issued by the Bank of England and no note is Legal Tender in Scotland or Northern Ireland including their own notes. There is quite a good discussion of this on the Royal Mint banknote site.
Using the wrong form of money is a federal law. It is called counterfeit money and it is not legal tender. If used prison time is the result.
Gold is full bodied money with intrinsic value for the face value against the representative paper money with reserve kept in form of gold as legal tender money and therefore trustworthy only if the quality,value and ownership of the gold will not entail any legal hassle.
More Tender IS THE COMPARETIVE FORM OF TENDER Most tender is the superlative form of word tender
In western Africa, shell money was usual legal tender up until the mid 19th century.It was also common in West Central Africa as the currency of the Kingdom of Kongo.
The noun forms of the verb to tend are tender* and the gerund, tending.A related noun form is tendency.*The noun 'tender' is a word for one who takes care of (tends); money in payment (legal tender); a car attached to a train for carrying fuel and water; a word for a person or a thing.
Yes. A check is not legal tender and so can be refused fo any reason, or no reason, as a form of payment.
Technically, the U.S. dollar is not considered legal tender in the UAE. This is because the UAE has its own form of currency. For many years, however, the U.S. dollar has been used in the UAE on a regular basis. While some people convert U.S. dollars to UAE currency when visiting, others simply use the dollars as is. Since the U.S. dollar is accepted in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and other parts of the UAE, it is unofficially considered legal tender.
From "The Reserve Bank of Australia" website has this;http://www.rba.gov.au/CurrencyNotes/LegalFramework/legal_tender.htmlLEGAL TENDER The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines legal tender as "currency that cannot legally be refused in payment of debt (usually up to a limited amount for baser coins, etc.)". It is the Bank's understanding that, although Australian currency has legal tender status, it does not necessarily have to be used in transactions. Under the legal tender provisions of the Currency Act 1965 and the Reserve Bank Act 1959, refusal to accept payment in legal tender notes and coins is not unlawful. This is the case even where an existing debt is involved. However, a refusal to accept legal tender in payment of an existing debt, where no other means of payment/settlement has been specified in advance, conceivably could have consequences in legal proceedings, i.e. the creditor may be unable to enforce payment in any other form. It appears that the provider of goods or services is at liberty to set the commercial terms upon which payment will take place before the "contract" is entered into. For example, some toll collection points indicate by signs that they will not accept low denomination coins. If a provider of goods or services specifies other means of payment prior to the contract, then there is usually no obligation for legal tender to be accepted as payment.
A United States Note, also known as a Legal Tender Note, was a type of paper money that was issued from 1862 to 1971 in the U.S. Having been current for over 100 years, they were issued for longer than any other form of U.S. paper money. They were known popularly as "greenbacks" in their heyday, a name inherited from the Demand Notes that they replaced in 1862. They were called United States Notes by the First Legal Tender Act, which authorized them as a form of fiat currency, but because their value derives from their status as legal tender they bear the inscription "This Note is a Legal Tender" and are often called Legal Tender Notes. They were originally issued directly into circulation by the U.S. Treasury to pay expenses incurred by theUnion during the American Civil War. Over the next century, the legislation governing these notes was modified many times and numerous versions have been issued by the Treasury.United States Notes that were issued in the large-size format, before 1929, differ dramatically in appearance when compared to modern American currency, but those issued in the small-size format, starting in 1929, are very similar to contemporary Federal Reserve Notes with a marked distinction of having a red U.S. Treasury Seal in place of a green one.Whereas issuance of United States Notes ended in January 1971, existing United States Notes are still valid currency in the United States, though extremely rarely seen in circulation, given that paper money currently consists almost exclusively of Federal Reserve Notes.
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No. Tended isa form of the verb tend (care for, manage). The similar word "tender" is an unrelated adjective.