Special crossing - crossing on a cheque, Business Law and Ethics

Special Crossing - Crossing on a Cheque

Although S.76 (2) with such provides like "whether a cheque bears across its face an addition of, such the name like of a banker, whether may with or without such the words like "not negotiable", such addition constitutes a crossing so, and such the cheque is crossed especially and such to that banker"

Section S.77 provides that: like;

  1. A cheque may be crossed usually or specially through the drawer. So one is
  2. A cheque is uncrossed, whether the holder may cross it usually or specially so. One is
  3. A cheque is crossed usually, whether the holder may cross it specially so. One is
  4. A cheque is crossed usually or specially the holder such may add the words like "not negotiable" there. So one is
  5. A cheque is crossed usually, the banker to whom that it is crossed may again cross it usually to another banker about collection. So one is
  6. An uncrossed cheque so, or such a cheque crossed usually, is sent to a banker for collection, such he may cross it usually to himself there.

However the essence of a common crossing are such the two parallel transverse lines entire the essence of a essential crossing is the addition such of the name of a banker.

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