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First published in 1829, Byles on Bills of Exchange and Cheques explains the law relating to payment instruments and their use by banks and their customers. It provides a detailed narrative account of the law of bills of exchange, promissory notes and cheques, dealing with the law under the Bills of Exchange Act 1882, and its subsequent evolution, including the Cheques Acts 1957 and 1992.
This edition traces the development of the law through recent legislation and case law, bringing the reader up to date with the law as it stands today. It contains expanded sections on consideration, gaming, promissory notes and restitution. Developments such as the debate on dead money and the new Consumer Credit Act 2006 are considered in detail.