In payment of a gambling debt a made a promissory

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In payment of a gambling debt, A made a promissory note which reads: “I promise to pay B P10,000 Sgd. A.” B indorsed the note in blank before maturity and delivered it to C for value. When due, A refused to pay and C sued B. Could C recover from B? A. No, C could not sue B because B did not write the name of C as indorsee B. No, the instrument is not negotiable and B is a mere assignor of credit C. Yes, provided C gives notice of dishonor to B otherwise B is discharged from liability D. Yes, the endorsement will be considered as an assignment, hence B will be liable as an assignor of the instrument 97. In payment of merchandise purchased by A from B, A made a promissory note which reads “I promise to pay B P10,000. Sgd. A”. B indorsed the note in blank before maturity and delivered to C for value. A failed to pay due to insolvency upon maturity. Could C collect from B?
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A. No, C could not sue B because B did not write the name of C as indorsee B. No, the instrument is not negotiable and B is a mere assignor of credit C. Yes, provided C gives notice of dishonor to B otherwise B is discharged from liability D. Yes, the endorsement will be considered as an assignment, hence B will be liable as an assignor of credit Page 20 98. A promised to give B P1,000 if B will hear mass for ten consecutive Sundays. This is a A. Civil obligation B. Natural obligation C. Moral obligation D. Religious obligation 99. Which of the following is a valid stipulation? A. A promises to give B P10,000, and if A fails, A will allow B to have sexual intercourse with her B. A will give B P10,000, if B will kill C C. A agreed to give B a house and lot if B will be his mistress D. A agreed to put poison on the food of B’s wife and if A fails, to pay B P10,000 for damages 100. A, B and C are solidarily indebted to D for P9,000 representing the purchase price of 1gram of shabu but A’s consent has been obtained by violence and intimidation, and B is a minor. How much can D collect from C? A. P9,000 B. P6,000 C. P3,000 D. P0
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