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1 Banking Law Cheques. Chapters 7-8 Tyree. BTF 2601 Banking Law
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2 Specialist Texts. Edwards &Tucker, Understanding Cheques and Payments Orders, Serendip Publications, Wambrel, 1998. Cheques Act 1986 (Cth) [CA] BTF 2601 Banking Law
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3 Cheques. Definition:- S. 10 (1) CA ……………….; (see also s. 12 (2) (b) CA.) in writing; addressed by a person to another ‘person’ …………………. instructing a Financial Institution to ……………. . postdated cheque is valid. . Inchoate instruments. s. 18 BTF 2601 Banking Law
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4 Parties involved. Drawer:- ……. .the cheque. Drawee:- ………….to pay the sum. Drawer’s bank where account located. Payee. Payee’s bank. BTF 2601 Banking Law
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5 Parties involved. Bearer:- …………of a bearer cheque. s. 3(1) CA. Holder:- Order:- payee/indorsee in possession; Bearer:- the bearer. Holder for value:- ………… for the cheque. BTF 2601 Banking Law
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6 Parties involved. Holder in due course:- ……………. .with s. 53 (1) (b) ie marked ‘not negotiable’; ……. .; ………….; without notice ; by negotiation; takes it free from defects in title; BTF 2601 Banking Law
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