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Law of Banking and Negotiable Instruments

Law of Banking and Negotiable Instruments

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Brand: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 4 Ed Rp 2021
  • ISBN 13 9789386730947
  • Approx. Pages 582 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
The author has attempted to present the relevant topics of the Law of Banking basing on the syllabus of Bar Council of India and syllabi of different universities including NALSAR Law University, Hyderabad, basing on the books referred to in the Bibliography. Care has been taken to incorporate at relevant places the Banking Laws (Amendment) Act, 2012, The Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Act, 2015 (No. 26 of 2015 w.r.e.f. 15-06-2015). Amendments to Banking Regulation Act with regard to Acquisition of shares of voting rights, Establishment of Depositor Education and Awareness Fund, Supersession of Board of Directors of Banking Company etc. etc., are covered. A new Chapter Importance of Banking Business in modern times is added which gives features of e-Banking. Provisions relating to Banking under Companies Act, 2013 and Information Technology Act, 2000 are discussed.
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Contents
Unit I : Origin, Functions and System of Banking in India
Chapter 1.    History of Banking and Banking Law
Chapter 2.    Banking System
Chapter 3.    Nationalisation of Banks in India
Chapter 4.    Banking Business and the Customer
Chapter 5.    Opening of Accounts of Customers
Chapter 6.    Banker's Special Customers
Chapter 7.    Importance of Banking Business in Modern Times
Chapter 8.    Offshore Banking
Chapter 9.    Globalisation and its impact on Banking

Unit - II : Relationship between Banker and Customer

Chapter 1.    Banker and Customer
Chapter 2.    General Relationship Between Banker and Customer
Chapter 3.    Special Features of Relationship Between Banker and Customers
                         [Obligations (Duties) and Rights of the Banker
Chapter 4.    Rule in Clayton's Case
Chapter 5.    Bankers and Garnishee Order
Chapter 6.    Customers Duties or Obligations to his Banker
Unit III : Negotiable Instruments
Chapter 1.    Negotiable Instruments
Chapter 2.    Cheques
Chapter 3.    Crossed Cheques
Chapter 4.    Promissory Notes and Bills of Exchange
Chapter 5.    Other Instruments
Chapter 6.    Holder, Holder in Due Course and Holder for Value
Chapter 7.    Payment in Due Course
Chapter 8.    Indorsement (Endorsement)
Chapter 9.    Presentment for Acceptance and Payment
Chapter 10.  Parties to Negotiable Instruments and their Capacity and Liabilities
Chapter 11.  Discharge from Liability on Notes, Bills and Cheques
Chapter 12.  Miscellaneous Provisions

Unit IV : Statutory Protection to Banker
Chapter 1.    Statutory Protection to Paying Banker
Chapter 2.    Fraud and Forgery
Chapter 3.    Dishonour of a Cheque by Paying Banker
Chapter 4.    Statutory Protection to Collecting Banker
Unit V : Advances
Chapter 1.    Loans and Advances (Credit)
Chapter 2.    Modes of Creating a Charge of Banking Securities
Chapter 3.    Secured Advances
Chapter 4.    Guarantees
Chapter 5.    Letter of Credit
Bibliography
Subject Index
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Author Details
•    Borm on 20-8-1939 at Lagadapadu, Guntur District, A.P. to Smt. Annapurnamma and Sri Butchaiah, hails from a respectable farmer's family.
•    He had his Primary School Education at his native village; High School Education (1950-56) at Pedakurapadu; Teacher Training (1956-58) at Tadikonda, B.Ed. Training (1965) B.L. (1990-93) at Rajahmundry (AP). He has acquired his remaining qualifications from Intermediate (1960) to Ph.D. (1983) and LL.M (1993-95) from different Indian Universities by private appearance.
•    He worked in Government Schools as Primary School Teacher (1958-66), Headmaster and Teacher Educator (1966-69). He officiated as an Extension Officer (Edn.) at Ongole Samithi (1969-74). He taught Economics as Asstt. Lecturer (1974-77), Lecturer (1977-87) Reader (1987-97) and also taught Mercantile Law (1999) in Government Colleges in AP.
•    Registered as an Advocate of A.P. Bar Council (1998) and became Member of A.P. High Court Advocates Association (2001).
•    His first book 'International Economic Law' was published in 1996 from then onwards nearly 60 text-books for B.A., LL.B.. and LL.M.. Courses, written by him were published by Allahabad Law Agency, Faridabad and Asia Law House, Hyderabad and some of them are prescribed by some Universities as textbooks/reference books.
•    He visited Moscow (USSR) in 1985 and the US A in 1999.
•    He has been associated with Friendship Associations and Peace Organization.
•    He is the believer of altruism.
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