Elements of the Law of Negotiable Contracts

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G. Wahr, 1898 - 707 páginas
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History Nature and Purposes of Negotiable Contracts
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Continued
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CHAPTER II
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CHAPTER IV
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The Promise and the Order Must be Abso
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upon the contract
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The Order and the Promise Must be for
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The Order and the Promise Must be to
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CHAPTER XXIX
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Liability of 131
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CHAPTER XXXI
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Presentment Where Principal Debtor is Dead
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Where Presentment Not Required to Charge Indorser
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Liability of Person Secondarily Liable When Instrument Dishonored
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What Constitutes Payment in Due Course
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CHAPTER XXXII
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The Parties Must be Certain and Definite
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Continued
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e Partners
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CHAPTER V
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CHAPTER VI
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An Acceptance Should Be Absolute
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An Acceptance Must be by the Drawee A
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An Acceptance May be Either by Parol or
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A Bill of Exchange When Dishonored
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The Drawee by Accepting a Bill Thereby
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The Drawee by Accepting a Bill Thereby
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CHAPTER VII
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CHAPTER VIII
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No Particular Form is Required for an
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An Indorser Contracts to Pay the Bill
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The Negotiability of a Commercial Contract
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A Special Indorser is Liable Only to Subse quent Indorsees Who Make Their
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CHAPTER IX
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CHAPTER XII
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CHAPTER XIII
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Continued
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Continued
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CHAPTER XIV
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Material alterationdefined
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CHAPTER XV
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Defenses Fraud
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CHAPTER XVII
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CHAPTER XVIII
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CHAPTER XXI
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Conflict of Laws
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b Must be written
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CHAPTER XXIV
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CHAPTER XXV
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Reasonable Time What Constitutes
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Law Merchant When Governs
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CHAPTER XXVI
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When Promise is Unconditional
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Additional Provisions Not Affecting Nego tiability
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When Payable on Demand
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Terms When Sufficient
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When Date May be Inserted
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Incomplete instrument Not Delivered
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Liability of Persons Signing in Trade or Assumed Name
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CHAPTER XXVII
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Indorsement in Representative Capacity
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titled Thereto
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To Whom Notice May be Given
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Notice to Bankrupt
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When Sender Deemed to Have Given Due Notice
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CHAPTER XXXIII
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CHAPTER XXXV
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Time Allowed Drawee to Accept
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Kinds of Acceptances
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CHAPTER XXXVI
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On What Days Presentment May be Made
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When Dishonored by NonAcceptance
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CHAPTER XXXVII
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Protest When to be Made
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CHAPTER XXXVIII
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More Parts of a Set to Different
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CHAPTER XLIII
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CHAPTER XLV
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Effect Where Different Parties to Bill are the Same Person
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What Bills are Negotiable
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Bill Payable on Demand
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Omission of Date in Bill Payable After Date
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Case of Need
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Optional Stipulations by Drawer or In dorser
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General and Qualified Acceptances
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Delivery
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CHAPTER XLVI
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Procuration Signatures
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CHAPTER XLVII
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Holder in Due Course
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CHAPTER XLIX
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Rules as to Notice of Dishonor
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CHAPTER LI
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CHAPTER LIII
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CHAPTER LVII
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Crossing a Material Part of Cheque
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Protection to Banker Where Cheque is Crossed
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CHAPTER LVIII
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Note Payable on Demand
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Liability of Maker
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CHAPTER LIX
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When Noting Equivalent to Protest
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Repeal
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Saving of Summary Diligence in Scotland
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