Commentary on the Bills of Exchange Act, 1882: (45 & 46 Victoria, Cap. 61)

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Bell & Bradfute, 1882 - 283 sider
 

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What bills are negotiable
36
Sum payable
38
Bill payable on demand
40
Bill pajable at a future time
41
Antedating and postdating
42
Computation of time of payment
44
Case of need
46
Optional stipulations by drawer or indorser
48
Definition and requisites of acceptance
49
Time for acceptance
50
General and qualified acceptances
51
Inchoate instruments
53
Delivery
58
Capacity and Authority of Parties 22 Capacity of parties
63
Signature essential to liability
67
Section PAGE 24 Forged or unauthorised signature
68
Procuration signatures
72
Person signing as agent or in representative capacity
73
Value and holder for value
75
Accommodation bill or party
79
Holder in due course
81
Presumption of value and good faith
84
Negotiation of Bills 31 Negotiation of hill
85
Requisites of a valid indorsement
87
Conditional indorsement
89
Indorsement in hlank and special indorsement
90
Restrictive indorsement
91
Negotiation of overdue or dishonoured bill
93
Negotiation of bill to party already liable thereon
95
Rights of the holder
96
General Duties of the Holder 39 When presentment for acceptance is necessary
98
Time for presenting bill payable after sight
100
Rules as to presentment for acceptance and excuses for non presentment
101
Nonacceptance
104
Dishonour by nonacceptance and its consequences
105
Duties as to qualified acceptances
106
Excuses for delay or nonpresentment for payment
111
Dishonour by nonpayment
113
Notice of dishonour and effect of nonnotice
114
Rules as to notice of dishonour
115
Excuses for nonnotice and delay
120
Noting or protest of bill
121
Duties of holder as regards drawee or acceptor
125
Liabilities of Parties 53 Funds in hands of drawee
126

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