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Transfer and Negotiation
Professor Dennis Lassila;Kenneth M. Lapine, Esq., Partner, Roetzel Andress, Cleveland, Ohio;Burton V. McCullough, Esq., Los Angeles, California;Paul S. Pilecki, Esq., Partner, Winston & Strawn, Washington, D.C.;Harold Weisblatt, Esq., Murrieta, California
In addition, this chapter covers the proper manner of indorsement when the name of the person to whom the instrument is payable is misspelled or wrongly designated; the effect of words of assignment, guarantee, condition, or waiver on a transfer; the meaning, effect, and mechanics of a qualified indorsement; the meaning and effect of a restrictive indorsement, as well as the rights, liabilities, and discharge of parties to a restrictive indorsement transaction; the effect of an instrument's rescission; and the rights of a prior party who reacquires an instrument.
Throughout the discussion of transfer and negotiation, this chapter provides informative compliance notes, helpful hints, and fact-specific examples that address real-world transfer scenarios.
Banking Law provides an in-depth analysis of all aspects of banking law and includes detailed discussions of the statutes and regulations governing banks and other financial intermediaries. It covers the organization, operation, examination, regulation, powers, and liquidation of commercial banks; the legal requirements regarding structural changes; the operations of commercial banks; the examination of commercial banks by federal regulatory agencies; and the impact of the federal income tax and the security laws on banks. It consolidates this vast body of law into one comprehensive treatise that is an essential tool for the banking law practitioner.
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RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)
Chapter 112 covers the characteristics of checks and other negotiable instruments. Chapter 113 discusses the issuance and delivery of negotiable instruments. For discussion of the signature requirement, please see Chapter 114. For treatment of unauthorized signatures and alterations, please refer to Chapter 124.
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