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Today, Monday, the Central Bank of Iraq determined the valid and non-negotiable banknotes of the local currency
The bank said in its statement, that it is “responsible for defining the categories of Iraqi monetary currencies, their standards, printing, and minting coins, and is responsible for destroying and replacing them and identifying defective ones,” noting that “discriminating between their categories by imposing a specific category on the public or refusing to receive a specific category is illegal.” acceptable and considered against the law.”
And he explained that "the banknotes issued by him remain valid for negotiation in the event that they were exposed to any tear of more than 3 cm, and it was repaired with transparent adhesive tape on one or both sides and did not affect its features."
He added that “the banknotes also remain valid if they were cut in one of their corners within 2 cm and did not affect their features, and also if traces of circulation and use appeared on them and were not harmed or damaged affecting their shape, color and size.”
He pointed out that “banknotes are considered unfit for negotiation if the banknote is worn out or damaged even though it was not torn or parts of it were lost, and if it was damaged as a result of exposure to water or various liquids, and it is also considered unfit for negotiation if it consists of two parts with different numbers.” Its area was close to the area of the original banknote.
And he indicated that “the banknote is also considered invalid if the banknote is fixed with a transparent tape or more on its width or length, in addition to pieces of it more than one angle or loaned, or if it is defective in terms of design and size and if it loses 50% of its area, It is also considered unfit for circulation if foreign materials stick to it and affect its features, such as inks and dyes, or if they are perforated.”
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