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Vallett v. Parker.

35
Vance v. Lowther

106
Van der Donckt v. Thellusson 148
Van Diemau's Land Bank v. Vic-
toria Bank.

68, 70, 71
Vaughan v. Fuller

78
Vere v. Lewis

18, 20
Vernon v. Bouverie

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Viale v. Michael . 80, 87, 88, 161
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White v. Ledwick

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Whitehead v. Walker 79, 90, 96
Whitlock v. Underwood.

23
Wickens v. Evans

53
Weinholt v. Spitta

51, 54
Wiffen v. Roberts

27, 75
Wilde v. Keep

41
v. Sheridan

35
Wilders v. Stevens

65
Wilkinson v. Simson

117
v. Unwin.

65, 145
Wilks v. Hornby.

48
Willans v. Ayers.

18, 100, 142
Williams, v. Bayley.

v. Germaine 31, 109, 110
v. Harrison

38
v. James

102
v. Smith

84
v. Waring

75, 148
Williamson v. Bennett

139
v. Watts

38
Willis v. Bank of England 150
Willison v. Patterson

39
Wirth v. Austin .

123
Wise v. Charlton.

142
Wittersheim v. Lady Carlisle 167
Woodbridge v. Spooner . 31, 104
Woodcock v. Houldsworth 85
Woodhouse v. Shepley

53
Woods v. Dean

86
Woodthorpe v. Lawes

82
Woodward v. Pell

65
Woolsey v. Crawford.

100
Worley v. Harrison . 11, 12, 14,

22, 24, 139
Wright v. Inshaw

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Wynne v. Raikes

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Wackerbath, Ex parte

108
Wain v. Bailey

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Waithman v. Elsee 139, 140
Walker v. Atwood

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v. Barnes.

78
v. McDonald.

59
Perkins

53
Wallace v. Hardacre .

54
Walter v. Cubley.

106, 107
v. Haynes

85
v. James.

102
Walton v. Hastings

107
v. Mascall

94, 146, 148
Ward v. Byrne

53
v. Lloyd

53
Ware v. Lord Egmont

51
Warrington v. Early 15, 22, 27, 10
Warwick v. Rogers

. 105, 120
Watkins v. Maule

57
Watson v. Evans.

20
v. Russell

47
Way v. Hearne

25
Webber v. Maddocks

· 105
Wegersloffe v. Keene

32, 73
Weisser v. Denison

129
Wells v. Kingston-upon-Hull 40
v. Masterman.

41
Wentworth v. Tubb.

37
Were v. Taylor

18
Wharton v. Wright .

83
Wheatley v. Williams

139
Whistler v. Forster. 49, 50, 51, 57
White v. Garden.

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BILLS OF EXCHANGE.

Form and Interpretation. 3. Bills of exchange defined. 4. Inland and foreign bills. 5. Effect where different parties to bill are same person. 6. Address to drawee. 7. Certainty required as to payee. 8. What bills are negotiable. 9. Sum payable. 10. Bill payable on demand. 11. Bill payable at a future time. 12. Omission of date in bill payable after date. 13. Ante-dating and post-dating. 14. Computation of time of payment. 15. Case of need. 16. Optional stipulations by drawer or indorser. 17. Definition and requisites of acceptance. 18. Time for acceptance. 19. General and qualified acceptances. 20. Inchoate instruments. 21. Delivery.

B

Capacity and Authority of Parties. 22. Capacity of parties. 23. Signature essential to liability. 24. Forged or unauthorised signature. 25. Procuration signatures. 26. Person signing as agent or in representative capacity.

The Consideration for a Bill. 27. Value and holder for value. 28. Accommodation bill or party. 29. Holder in due course. 30. Presumption of value and good faith.

Negotiation of Bills. 31. Negotiation of bill. 32. Requisites of a valid indorsement. 33. Conditional indorsement. 34. Indorsement in blank and special indorsement. 35. Restrictive indorsement. 36. Negotiation of over-due or dishonoured bill. 37. Negotiation of bill to party already liable thereon. 38. Rights of the holder.

General Duties of the Holder. 39. When presentment for acceptance is necessary. 40. Time for presenting bill payable after sight. 41. Rules as to presentment for acceptance, and excuses for non

presentment. 42. Non-acceptance. 43. Dishonour by non-acceptance and its consequences. 44. Duties as to qualified acceptances. 45. Rules as to presentment for payment. 46. Excuses for delay or non-presentment for payment. 47. Dishonour by non-payment. 48. Notice of dishonour and effect of non-notice. 49. Rules as to potice of dishonour. 50. Excuses for non-notice and delay. ol. Noting or protest of bill. 52. Duties of holder as regards drawee or acceptor.

Liabilities of Parties. 53. Funds in hands of drawee. 54. Liability of acceptor. 55. Liability of drawer or indorser.

56. Stranger signing bill liable as indorser.
57. Measure of damages against parties to dishonoured bill.
58. Transferor by delivery and transferee.

Discharge of Bill.

59. Payment in due course. 60. Banker paying demand draft whereon indorsement is forged. 61. Acceptor the holder at maturity. 62. Express waiver. 63. Cancellation. 64. Alteration of bill.

Acceptance and Payment for Honour. 65. Acceptance for honour supra protest. 66. Liability of acceptor for honour. 67. Presentment to acceptor for honour. 68. Presentment for honour supra protest.

Lost Instruments. 69. Holder's right to duplicate of lost bill. 70. Action on lost bill.

Bill in a Set.

71. Rules as to sets.

Conflict of Laws. 72. Rules where laws conflict.

PART III.

CHEQUES ON A BANKER. 73. Cheque defined. 74. Presentnient of cheque for payment. 75. Revocation of banker's authority.

Crossed Cheques. 76. General and special crossings defined. 77. Crossing by drawer or after issue. 78. Crossing a material part of cheque 79. Duties of banker as to crossed cheq1c3. 80. Protection to banker and drawer where cheque is crossel. 81. Effect of crossing on holder. 82. Protection to collecting banker.

PART IV.

PROMISSORY NOTES.

83. Promissory note defined.
84. Delivery necessary.
85. Joint and several notes.
86. Note payable on demand.
87. Presentment of note for payment.
88. Liability of maker.
89. Application of Part II. to notes.

PART V.

SUPPLEMENTARY. 90. Good faith. 91. Signature. 92. Computation of time. 93. When noting equivalent to protest. 94. Protest when notary not accessible. 95. Dividend warrants may be crossed. 96. Repeal. 97. Sayings. 98. Saving of summary diligence in Scotland. 99. Construction with other Acts, &c. 100. Parole evidence allowed in certain judicial proceedings in

Scotland.
SCHEDULES,

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