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The negotiable instruments act. - asianlii.org

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“ holder in ' due course ” means any person who for consideration became the possessor of a promissory note, bill of exchange or cheque if payable to bearer, or ...
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Usurious Loans. 2674. On any application relating to the admission or amount of a proof ofa loan in any insolvency proceedings, the Court may exercise the likepowers as may be exercised under section 3 by a Court in a suit to which thisAct applies.THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT.CONTENTS.CHAPTER I.Preliminary.Sections.1. Saving as to paper currency law and of usages relating to hundis. etc-2. * * * *3. Interpretation clause.CHAPTER II.Of Notes. Bills and Cheques.4. “ Promissory note. ”5. “ Bill of exchange. ”6. “ Cheque. ”7. “ Drawer. ” _“ Drawee. ”“ Drawee in case of need.”* Acceptor.”“ Acceptor for honour. ”“ Payee. ”8. “ Holder. ”9. “ Holder in due course. ”10. “ Payment in due course- ”11. Inland instrument-12. Foreign instrument-13- “ Negotiable instrument. ”14. Negotiation.15, Indorsement.16- Indorsement “ in blank ” and “ in full. ”“ Indorsee. ”17 Ambiguous instruments.18. Where amount is stated differently in figures and words.19- Instruments payable on demand.20- Inchoate stamp...