Bills Of Exchange. Introduction. Negotiable Instrument . According To Section 13(1) Of The Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881, “ A Negotiable Instrument Means A Promissory Note, Bill Of Exchange Or Cheque Payable Either To Order Or To Bearer”. Recognized By Statute
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“ A Negotiable Instrument Means A Promissory Note, Bill Of Exchange Or Cheque Payable Either To Order Or To Bearer”
Bills Of Exchange
Recognized By Usage Or Custom
Bearer DebenturesTypes Of Negotiable Instrument
27th Nov. 2006
Three months after due date, pay XYZ or order, the
Sum of Rs 1000(one thousand only) for value received.
The person who draws or writes the Bill Of Exchange is called the Drawer. The Drawer must be the seller or creditor to whom the money is owing
Foreign BillKinds of Bills Of Exchange
Accommodation BillsKinds of Bills Of Exchange
Time BillKinds of Bills Of Exchange