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What are the different kinds of Cheque? Their validity and Case Laws

What are the different kinds of Cheque? Their validity and Case Laws

  Synopsis Introduction Various kinds of cheque Validity of a cheque Revalidation of a stale cheque Validity of a post-dated cheque Case Law Conclusion Reference Introduction   The...
Cheque Bounce Case- What Are The Legal Actions To Take?

Cheque Bounce Case- What Are The Legal Actions To Take?

Cheques are used in facilitating different transactions from payment of loan, salary, fees, bills to buying of essential commodities. Banks are shouldered with the...

Dishonour of Negotiable Instrument

Synopsis   Introduction Kinds of dishonour Notice for dishonour Mode of notice When notice is not required Dishonour of cheque Case Law Conclusion References   Introduction   A promissory...
What is a Cheque? How It Differs From Bill of Exchange & Promissory Note

What is a Cheque? How It Differs From Bill of Exchange & Promissory Note

  Synopsis Introduction Definition of Cheque Difference between cheque and Bill of Exchange Difference between cheque and Promissory Notes Case Law Conclusion Reference Introduction   The Negotiable Instruments...
Negotiable Instruments cases

TOP 10 JUDGEMENTS ON NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS

TOP 10 JUDGEMENTS ON NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS   Rangachari(N.) v.Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. The Apex Court in this case held that the Law merchant must be treated...

The Negotiable Instruments Act,1881: Meaning & Types

THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT,1881     TOPIC- Negotiable Instruments- Meaning, types.     What is a Negotiable Instrument?   A Negotiable Instrument is that document that includes a ‘promise to pay’...

Beneficiary (Meaning & Definition)

Beneficiary (Meaning & Definition) A beneficiary is a natural person or a legal entity who receives money , profit , advantage or a gift under...

Bill of Exchange

Bill of Exchange A Bill of Exchange is  an instrument which is written and signed which requires the person to whom it is addressed to...
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