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Anatomy of the Banknote

30th June 2011
A banknote is a promissory note made by a bank, payable to the owner of the note and is considered legal tender (along with coins). While currency has taken many forms over the course of time, banknotes were first developed in China during the 7th century... Read >
Author: banksupply

The Meaning of the Word Factoring

07th May 2011
Many people know tthe word "factoring" as the mathematical process used in solving problems, and even more specifically, polynomial equations. But for small businesses, there is another definition for factoring. Factoring, or invoice, is also a financial ... Read >
Author: kgabriel

Element of a Breach of Contract Lawsuit

31st May 2010
Breach of contract lawsuits and litigation are the recurring business disputes for a business or property owner. Before signing a contract, it is very important to understand and read each provision to make sure that one can do all the terms and condition... Read >
Author: Laine T Wagenseller

CMT - Cash Management Trusts

16th October 2009
The cash management trust or cmt is an investment vehicle that was traditionally very popular. But its popularity has waned due to modern technology. Cmt or cash management trust is a form of investment in the short-term money market, including promiss... Read >
Author: Mel C

Secured And Unsecured Promissory Notes

01st October 2009
A promissory note is a legal and binding document, and should always be honored by both parties. If there are any changes in the stated terms and conditions, they should be duly formalized in writing. Promissory notes can either be both secured and uns... Read >
Author: TopLawyer

Judgment Recovery and Statute of Limitations for Judgment Recovery

31st March 2009
The Judgment recovery statue of limitations regards the amount of time given for judgment recovery professional or judgment recovery specialist for judgment recovery after a judgment has been awarded. Statue of Limitations for judgment recovery - is an ac... Read >
Author: David

LAW RELATING TO DISHONOUR OF CHEQUES IN INDIA

24th April 2007
INTRODUCTION:The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 is an Act to define the law relating to promissory notes, bills of exchange and cheques. This Act has been amended several times commencing from 1885 till 2002. The most important amendment is by Act 66 of... Read >
Author: K.V. RAMANA MURTHY
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