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Old 19th February 2020, 00:39
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Baan: BaaN IV - DB: Oracle 8 - OS: UNIX
Cancel paid check
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I am hoping someone on this board can help me out.

We accidently paid a supplier twice in cash management (they only got one actual payment). First time as a One-Time supplier and second time as an established supplier. The check is in paid status. is there any way to cancel one of the checks?

Any suggestions? Appreciate your help.

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Check is already paid, so what are you going to cancel now? It has already affected GL. It means your supplier has encashed both the check. So only way to do is raise a debit note.
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