Am I entitled to get my canceled checks with my bank statement?
Banks are not required by law to return canceled checks. If you receive your checks or copies of checks, it's usually because of your account agreement and your bank's policies.
Depending on your account agreement or the bank's policies, a bank may provide you a "substitute check" (i.e., a paper copy of the front and back of the original check that can be used as if it were the original check).
You should discuss this with your bank.
Last Reviewed: October 2020
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