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The Law Relating to Cheques

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ISBN13: 9780406106490
ISBN: 0406106495
Published: December 1999
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

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All legal aspects relating to cheques, from the issue of a cheque, through to the negotiation and transfer, to the rights and liabilities that arise from this, are dealt with in this text.

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Part 1 Issue: Nature, definition and form
capacity, signature and authority.
Part 2 Negotiation and transfer: negotiability.
Part 3 Rights and liabilities arising under the cheque: the holder and his rights, parties liable on the cheque, pre-requisites to an action, defences to an action on the cheque.
Part 4 Duties of banker and customer: the banker's duty to pay the cheque, the customer's duty to his banker, the conversion of the cheque, the doctrine of conversion applied to cheques, action against collecting bank, action against paying bank.
Part 5 Bills of exchange.
Part 6 Other instruments.
Part 7 Conflict of laws.
Part 8 Practice and procedure.
Part 9 Criminal offences involving cheques.