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E-Z rules for negotiable instruments (UCC articles 3 and 4); with other selected UCC provisions.

9780735571990

E-Z rules for negotiable instruments (UCC articles 3 and 4); with other selected UCC provisions.

Ezon, Jack S.

Aspen Publishers, Inc.

2008

329 pages

$29.95

Paperback

KF957

This supplement for American law students provides condensed coverage in outlines and definitions of the rules and statutes found in the Uniform Commercial Code's Article 3 (dealing with negotiable instruments) and Article 4 (dealing with bank collections), intended as a study supplement to complete textbooks. The text is divided into two sections, the first providing a "roadmap" outline of the articles and the second expounding on specific statutes and definitions. Topics addressed include: applicability of Article 3, characteristics of a negotiable instrument, negotiation and endorsement, holder in due course, defenses, liability and warranty, checks and banking, documents of title and letters of credit.

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