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" Therefore, to the Intent to encourage Trade and Commerce, which will be much advanced, if such Notes shall have the same Effect as Inland Bills of Exchange, and shall be negotiated in like manner... "
Versuch einer historischen Entwicklung des wahren Ursprungs des Wechselrecht ... - Página 239
por Georg Friedrich von Martens - 1797 - 340 páginas
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A Treatise on the Law of Commercial Paper: Containing a Full ..., Volumen3

Joseph Fitz Randolph - 1899 - 1068 páginas
...such note should be assigned, signed, indorsed, or made payable, could not, within the said custom of merchants, maintain any action upon such note, against the person who tirst drew and signed the same:" therefore, to the intent to encourage trade and commerce, which will...
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The Law of Suretyship: Covering Personal Suretyship, Commercial Guaranties ...

Arthur Adelbert Stearns - 1903 - 780 páginas
...non-negotiable, and hence was enacted the Statute of Anne (3 & 4 Anne c. 9, Sec. 1-3) whereby it was provided, " Therefore to the intent to encourage trade and commerce,...have the same effect as inland bills of exchange, find shall be negotiated in like manner; be it enacted, that all notes in writing, whereby any person,...
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Virginia Reports: Jefferson--33 Grattan, 1730-1880

1902 - 1034 páginas
...large. By that statute, and "to the intent to encourage trade and commerce," (which, says the preamble, "will be much advanced if such notes shall have the same effect as inland bills of exchange,") notes in writing promising to pay money were in all respects put upon the footing of inland bills ;...
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The Law of Negotiable Instruments: Statutes, Cases and Authorities

Ernest Wilson Huffcut - 1910 - 885 páginas
...the said custom of merchants, maintain any action upon sucli note against the person who first drow and signed the same: Therefore, to the intent to encourage...effect as inland, bills of exchange, and shall be negotiable in like manner, be it enacted, etc., ( 1 ) That all notes in writing that, after [May 1st,...
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Cases on the Law of Bills and Notes: Selected from Decisions of ..., Volumen1

Howard Leslie Smith, William Underhill Moore - 1910 - 756 páginas
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Journal of Accountancy, Volumen12

1911 - 662 páginas
...a preamble that deals with the decision which has just engaged our attention, it provides, in order to encourage trade and commerce, which will be much advanced if such notes (promissory notes) shall have the same effect as inland bills of exchange, and shall be negotiated...
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18 Eliz.-11 Geo. 3

Maryland, Julian J. Alexander - 1912 - 604 páginas
...Person to whom such Note shall be assigned, indorsed, or made payable, could not, within the said Custom of Merchants, maintain any Action upon such Note against...in like manner; Be it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons,...
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Bills, Notes, and Checks ...

American School of Correspondence, Chicago, Amasa Mason Eaton - 1912 - 90 páginas
...person to whom such note shall be assigned, indorsed, or made payable could not, within the said custom of merchants, maintain any action upon such note against...in like manner, be it enacted by the Queen's most excellent majesty by and with the advice and consent of the lords spiritual and temporal, and commons,...
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Cases on the Law of Bills and Notes: Selected from Decisions of ..., Volumen2

Howard Leslie Smith, William Underhill Moore - 1922 - 847 páginas
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Cases on the Law of Bills and Notes: Selected from Decisions of ..., Volumen1

Howard Leslie Smith, William Underhill Moore - 1922 - 874 páginas
...person to whom such note shall be assigned, endorsed, or made payable, could not, within the said custom of merchants, maintain any action upon such note against the person who first drew and signed the same." That appears to apply to cases of the original liability on a note, as well as to those cases where...
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