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Law of Negotiable Instruments and Dishonour of Cheques

Law of Negotiable Instruments and Dishonour of Cheques

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  • Author(s): Justice P.S. Narayana
  • Publisher: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 13 Ed 2022
  • ISBN 13 9789392135170
  • Approx. Pages 824 + contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
This Edition of this Book is thoroughly revised by us keeping in view several suggestions received from different quarters and corners.
The decisions upto date had been placed in appropriate places. In the Foreword of Justice T.N.C. Rangarajan, the learned Judge observed.
"The law relating to the Negotiable Instruments is central to the commercial laws. There is no transaction in the commercial world which does not involve the transfer of some negotiable instruments or a cheque, apart from getting the documentation in proper order. In order to secure the rights of the parties, there is also a great need to avoid legal pitfalls and to protect oneself from being cheated. The nature of the transaction often depends upon the documentation and the legal implications. They have unintended consequences such as 'Tax Impact'. In addition to these routine considerations the liberalisation and the globalisation is bound to bring on the scene, the need for foreign counterparts to understand the Indian law on the subject."

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Contents
The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
Chapter 1 : Preliminary
Chapter 2 : Of Notes, Bills and Cheques
Chapter 3 : Parties to Notes, Bills and Cheques
Chapter 4 : Of Negotiation
Chapter 5 : Of Presentment
Chapter 6 : Of Payment and Interest
Chapter 7 : Of Discharge from Liability on Notes, Bills and Cheques
Chapter 8 : Of Notice of Dishonour
Chapter 9 : Of Noting and Protest
Chapter 10 : Of Reasonable Time
Chapter 11 : Of Acceptance and Payment for Honor and Referencer in Case of Need
Chapter 12 : Of Compensation
Chapter 13 : Special Rules of Evidence
Chapter 14 : Of Crossed Cheques
Chapter 15 : Of Bills in Sets
Chapter 16 : Of International Law
Dishonour of Cheques
Introduction
Chapter 17 : Of Penalties in Case of Dishonour of Certain Cheques for Insufficiency of Funds in the Accounts
Appendices
A.    The Banker’s Books Evidence Act, 1891
B.    The Limitation Act, 1963
C.    Hundi
D.    Model Forms
E.    Specimen Notices
F.    The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Bare Act)
G.    Notification issued by the Reserve Bank of India
H.    Subject Index
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Author Details
Justice P.S. Narayana
, Judge, High Court of Andhra Pradesh, hails from Chittor District A.P.
He had his law degree from Sri Venkateswara University apart from his Post Graduation in
Public Administration. He has been delivering several lectures on different topics relating
to law in A.P. Judicial Academy and also in certain academic institutions on their invitation.
He is the author of several law books of high standard and repute like Law of injunctions,
Law of Writs, N.I. & Dishonour of Cheques, Public Interest Litigation, Pleadings & Practice,
Law of Insolvency, Law of Statutory Interpretation, Law of Precedents etc.
A few compliments by the press & Judges speaks Volume for him.
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