Manner of Transfer of Bills
One of the characteristics of bills of exchange is such whereas A gives B a bill accepted through X in settlement of his debt, since this same instrument may be like passed on through B to C in settlement of a debt between them whether like both B and C relying on the credit of X. So the transfer of a negotiable instrument is such termed like "negotiation", whether and Section 31 of the Act provides like follows: are;
(a) A bill is negotiated whether it is transferred from one person to another in that a manner as to make the transferee such the holder of the bill there.
(b) A bill payable to order is negotiated by the endorsement of the such holder completed through delivery there.
After all transfer of the instrument in such way is adequate to vest the property represented there through in the transferee and no further formality is there required. Where an order bill is transferred lacking the endorsement of such the transformer, so but the transferee is entitled to identify for the misplaced endorsement to inclusive this title there. Until this is completed, however he holds the bill subject to any defence such could be raised against the transferor's and the approval will not have any defect in such the transferor's title of that the transferee had notice before the endorsement suchwas obtained like Whistler v Forster.