Is A Scottish Bank Note Legal Tender
What’s classed as legal tender varies throughout the UK. In England and Wales, it’s Royal Mint coins and Bank of England notes. In Scotland and Northern Ireland it’s only Royal Mint coins and not banknotes. There are also some restrictions when. If a business accepts your money legally, then yes, but it is not legally obligated to do so.
A Scottish or Northern Irish banknote cannot be accepted by a business legally in England. To put it simply, since these are not legal tender, businesses must accept them. Can. Banknotes of Scotland