Liability of maker of a promissory, Business Law and Ethics

Liability of Maker of a Promissory

Conversely S.89 provides such with the maker of a promissory notice through making it: like

(a) Engages such he will pay it according to there its tenor; so and one is

(b) Is precluded from denying to such a holder in due course that the existence of a payee and that his capacity to then endorse there.
Section S.90(3) provides such with the following provisions like to bills do not concern to notes namely, about provisions relating to: like;

(a) Presentment for acceptance;

(b) Acceptance;

(c) Acceptance supra protest;

(d) Bills in a set.

In which a foreign note is dishonoured, whether protest thereof is unnecessary also.

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