Negotiable instruments, Business Law and Ethics

Negotiable Instruments

A negotiable instrument cannot be described regards precision, although can be explained like a commercial document that represents money. Whether it passes to a bonafide like transferee free from any defect.

Examples of Negotiable Instruments

The common instnaces of negotiable instruments are described below:

(a) Cheques—Read S.73 of the Bills of Exchange Act. So like one is

(b) Bills of Exchange—Read as S.3 of the Bills of Exchange Act, but Bearer debentures so one is

(c) Promissory Notes—Read by S.84 of the Bills of Exchange Act. So one is

(d) Share warrant, dividend warrant. Well like.

Although the above documents acquired their negotiability through commercial usage in England, was codified in like 1882 in the Bills of Exchange Act 1882 also.This Act was introduced in the Kenya on date 14th May, 1927, and is like the current law relating to negotiable instruments. Conversely there are other negotiable instruments in such commercial use although they are irrelevant for the purposes about these notes like.

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