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Payment.
in money, negotiability depends on.....

certainty as to amount...
of interest, does not affect negotiability.
in installments, negotiability not affected.
time of, rule as to.....

when payable on demand..
when no time is expressed.

indorsement after maturity...
determinable future, what constitutes.

fixed period after date or sight..
on or before certain date......
before maturity at option of holder.
fixed period after specified event....
upon the death of a person...
contingency as to.....
on day certain, or before in certain event.

extension, effect of........
to order or bearer, instrument to provide for..
presentment for (see PRESENTMENT FOR PAYMENT)

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Place of payment.

omission to specify, immaterial......

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243

Place of presentment.
proper, what is (see PRESENTMENT FOR PAYMENT).

statutory provision

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Possession.

prima facie evidence of ownership ..
of instrument, presentment for payment.

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449

Post-dated instruments.

provisions as to..
checks, post-dating does not affect validity.

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Pre-existing debt.

constitutes value
as consideration for transfer of instrument..

when transfer is made in full payment.
holder of note as collateral, a holder for value.

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Presentment for acceptance.
when required; statutory provision.

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of bills payable after sight.....

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not required, of bills payable on day certain.

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within reasonable time.

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what constitutes

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how made; statutory provision.

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to whom to be made.

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proper place

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days on which to be made.

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where time is insufficient

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excused, when; statutory provision (see PRESENTMENT FOR PAY-

MENT)
dishonor by nonacceptance

591
duty of holder..

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rights of holder.

592

Presentment for payment.

to executors and administrators....
to member of firm........
necessity for; statutory provision.
principal debtor, not necessary to bind.

effect of failure.. ..

need not be alleged or proved...
drawer and indorsers, necessary to bind...

to bind accommodation indorser...

of municipal orders and drafts.
guarantor, not necessary to bind...

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Presentment for payment - (Continued).
when to be made; statutory provision..

payable on day specified....
payable on demand....

when instrument bears interest.
interest payable semi-annually.

without interest
indorsement after maturity..
sufficiency; statutory provision

by whom made ..
when holder is dead.
at reasonable hour..

what constitutes

circumstances to control.
proper place

to whom made, generally.
proper place; statutory provision.

when place is specified...
place not specified, but address given...
place and address not specified.....

at usual place of business or residence.

removal, or change of residence..
instrument must be exhibited. ....

where payment is refused on other grounds.
bank, when instrument payable at.

presentment at, generally.
when note is at....
during business hours....

where debtor has no funds at.
when principal debtor is dead....
to partners, general rule....

after dissolution
to joint debtors...
drawer, when not required to bind.

lack of sufficient funds.....
exceptions to rule....
reasonable grounds to expect payment.

what constitute
indorser, when not required to bind.

where he is party accommodated.
delay, when excused; statutory provision.

existence of malignant disease.

sickness of holder..
when dispensed with; statutory provision.
reasonable diligence, exercise of..

to ascertain residence, etc., of maker, etc..

what constitutes
insolvency of principal debtor.
waiver, what constitutes...

express or implied...

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Presentment for payment (Continued).
instrument falling due on Sunday or holiday..

on Saturday
days of grace abolished.

how computed
computation of time..
to acceptor for honor, how made.

delay in making.
of check

effect of delay..

reasonable time for.
law governing

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649

President.

of corporation, power to issue bills and notes

141

Presumption.
of sanity

56
as to authority of public agents.....

102
in favor of validity of partnership paper ..

109
against authority of member to bind firm by accommodation paper. 119
corporation paper, in favor of validity.

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as to date of instrument.

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of valid delivery

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conclusive as to bona fide holders

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of intent to deliver, by placing signature on instrument.

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as to consideration; statutory rule..

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of nonnegotiable instruments

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effect of use of words " value received ”.

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as to time of indorserient

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place of indorsement

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when indorsement was made at inception..

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that holder is holder in due course...

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effect when fraud, etc., is shown.

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possession prima facie evidence of ownership..

391
as to good faith....

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when full value is paid...

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as to order of liability of indorsers.

430
as to alterations in instruments.

559, 560
signature of drawer, rebuttal..

574
certificate of protest by notary

613
rebuttal of

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Procuration.

signature of agent by.....

98

Promise to pay.

must be contained in promissory note
words of promise required...
“good for," sufficient.

....

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Promise to pay — (Continued).

illustrations of forms of words indicating..
bare acknowledgment of debt insufficient...
word "payable" imports..
must be unconditional.
conditional, examples of..
when unconditional; statutory provision.

containing indication of particular funds.
statement of transaction...

statement of consideration
out of particular fund, conditional..

illustrations and instances.

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Promissory note.

definition
not essentially negotiable..
origin and development..
Statute of 3 & 4 Anne, chap 9.
parties; maker and payee....
certificates of deposit, if negotiable, are
must contain words of promise.....
requisites to render negotiable (see NEGOTIABILITY)
form of
due bill as
bare acknowledgment insufficient...
must be payable in money, to be negotiable.
payable in currency or current funds..

in foreign money.
in money or merchandise..

and additional act.
certainty as to amount.
negotiability as an essential element...
bill drawn by drawer upon himself declared on as.
by agent, etc., on his principal....
bill of exchange when treated as...

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Protest.

meaning of term as distinguished from notice of dishonor (see
NOTICE OF DISHONOR)......

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waiver, waives notice and demand..

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for nonacceptance or nonpayment

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means what

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of foreign bill, necessary

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effect of failure.

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why required

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how made; statutory provision.

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requirements generally

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contain copy of instrument..

611
notarial seal

611
time and place of presentment..

612

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