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Banking and Negotiable Instruments (Law and Practice)

Banking and Negotiable Instruments (Law and Practice)

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  • Author(s): P. Vasantha Kumar
  • Publisher: Eastern Book Company
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9789389656770
  • Approx. Pages 776 + contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
In Banking and Negotiable Instruments, the author brings forth his vast experience of over three decades in the banking industry into words. This treatise will help the readers to become experts in all aspects of banking law. The book is divided into nine parts. The first part deals with banker-customer relationships. Part 2 of this book deals with types of customers, opening of a bank account, etc. Parts 3 and 4 deal with suspension/termination of relationship and matters relating to negotiable instruments respectively. In Part 5, the author throws light on the clearing and payment systems. In Parts 6 and 7, the author discusses at length banking law's interplay with FEMA and Insolvency and Bankruptcy Law in separate chapters. Finally, the author winds up this book discussing Operational Risk and Banking Regulation Act, 1949, in Parts 8 and 9. The book has been written in a simple and lucid matter with short sentences, brief paragraphs and numbered lists. This will help to highlight key points and provide necessary focus where required. Students from non-law and non-commerce backgrounds will be able to grasp this book with ease.
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Table of Contents
1. Part I - General Approach To Banker And His Customer
2. Part II - Types Of Customers
3. Part III - Termination/Suspension Of Relationship
4. Part IV - Matters Relating To Negotiable Instruments
5. Part V - Clearing And Payment Systems
6. Part VI - Bank Accounts Under The Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999
7. Part VII - Insolvency And Bankruptcy
8. Part VIII - Operational Risk
9. Part IX - Regulating Banking In India
10. Postscript
Subject Index
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Author Details
P. Vasantha Kumar, BSc, LL B, MBL (NLSIU), ACIB (London)
Foreword by
Pramod Rao, Group General Counsel, ICICI Bank, ICICI Group

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