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EBC Learning Course on Contract Law Essentials Mod 9 Negotiable Instruments
by DR CHARU MATHUR
Edition: 2021
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Format: Online
Publisher: Eastern Book Company
Language: English
Date Added: 2021-10-29
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Jurisdiction: Indian
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About this Course

A negotiable instrument is transferable with a simple procedure requiring just a signature and delivery. This module begins with a short introduction of negotiable instruments and its kinds. We then walk you through what are promissory notes, bills of exchange and cheques. The subsequent chapters of this module will give you an in-depth understanding of the difference between negotiation and assignment, endorsement, ambiguous and inchoate instruments, holder and holder-in-due-course and the consequences of a negotiable instrument being dishonoured. The two important terms—'noting' and 'protest' are discussed in detail in the last part of this module.

This module includes 42 videos and all relevant sections. It also includes practice exercises, examination pointers, mind maps and flashcards along with the full text of cases.


Table Of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 1.1 Introduction
  • 2. What is a negotiable instrument?
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 2.1 What is a negotiable instrument?
    • 2.2 Characteristics of a negotiable instrument
    • 2.3 Presumptions as to negotiable instrument
    • 2.4 Kinds of negotiable instruments
    • II. Exercises
    • III. Examination pointers
  • 3. Promissory note
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 3.1 Promissory note
    • 3.2 Characteristics of promissory note
    • II. Exercises
    • III. Examination pointers
    • IV. Full text of leading cases
  • 4. Bill of exchange
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 4.1 Bill of exchange
    • 4.2 Characteristics of bill of exchange
    • 4.3 Classification of bills
    • 4.4 Bills in sets
    • 4.5 Difference between bill of exchange and promissory note
    • II. Exercises
    • III. Examination pointers
    • IV. Full text of leading cases
  • 5. Cheque
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 5.1 What is a cheque?
    • 5.2 Essentials of cheque
    • 5.3 Types of cheques
    • 5.4 Crossing of cheque—Reasons
    • 5.5 Types of crossings
    • 5.6 Truncated cheque
    • 5.7 Difference between cheque and bill of exchange
    • II. Exercises
    • III. Examination pointers
  • 6. Negotiation and assignment
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 6.1 Negotiation
    • 6.2 Assignment
    • 6.3 Difference between negotiation and assignment
    • II. Exercises
    • III. Examination pointers
  • 7. Indorsement
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 7.1 Indorsement or endorsement
    • 7.2 Essentials of a valid endorsement
    • 7.3 Effects of endorsement
    • 7.4 Types of endorsement
    • 7.5 Cancellation of endorsement
    • II. Exercises
    • III. Examination pointers
  • 8. Ambiguous and inchoate instruments
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 8.1 Ambiguous instrument
    • 8.2 Inchoate stamped instruments
    • II. Exercises
    • III. Examination pointers
  • 9. Holder and holder in due course
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 9.1 Holder
    • 9.2 Rights of a holder
    • 9.3 Holder in due course
    • 9.4 Privileges of holder in due course
    • II. Exercises
    • III. Examination pointers
  • 10. Dishonour of negotiable instrument
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 10.1 Dishonour of negotiable instrument
    • 10.2 Dishonour by non-acceptance
    • 10.3 Dishonour by non-payment
    • 10.4 Notice of dishonour
    • 10.5 Mode and place of notice
    • II. Exercises
    • III. Examination pointers
  • 11. Noting and protest
    • I. Relevant sections
    • 11.1 Noting and protesting generally
    • 11.2 Noting
    • 11.3 Protest
    • II. Exercises
    • III. Examination pointers
  • 12. Road ahead
    • 12.1 Road ahead
  • II. INDEX (FULL TEXT OF CASES)
    • INDEX: Full text of cases

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