Dishonour by non-acceptance, Business Law and Ethics

Dishonour by Non-Acceptance

The drawee is not prepared to meet the bill, such he will return it for the holder by means of a note to this effect, such the bill is then so said to be dishonoured through non-acceptance. Conversely the holder then knows like the debtor has provided him a valueless scrap of such paper, and will like commence proceedings in opposition to him as  see the debtor, the drawer of the bill, whether not the drawee like for recover his debt. Well exactly, that action is not an action on the debt although an action on the bill, so such to in drawing the bill the drawer like "engages such in due presentment then so it will be accepted and such paid according just its tenor and such whether it is dishonoured he will compensate the holder...like " (Section 55(1) there.

In Set status, whether the bill can be treated as dishonoured through non-acceptance lacking ever having been presented just to acceptance. Because these state of affairs are like;

1) The drawee is dead or bankrupt.

2) The drawee is a fictitious person.

3) Drawee is a person not having the faculty to contract.

4) After the exercise of reasonable diligence like just presentment cannot be effected. The presentment has been irregular, since acceptance has been refused on some other ground also there.

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