correct preposition

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[FONT=&quot]Is the correct preposition used in this sentence:

Enclosed is check no. X in amount of $X for the x# payment of the above referenced case/account.[/FONT]

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As an NES but not a teacher, I would have no problem with the prepositions used.
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Is the correct preposition used in this sentence:

Enclosed is check no. X in amount of $X for the x# payment of the above referenced case/account.


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I would say "Enclosed is cheque no XXX, in the amount of £XXX, in payment of the above account/invoice.
 

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I would say "Enclosed is cheque no XXX, in the amount of £XXX, as the xth payment of the above account/invoice.

Minor tweak, per OP.

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I'd use for the amount.
 
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