by Hector S. De Leon, Hector M. De Leon, Jr.
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In this eighth edition, the authors did not limit themselves to merely explaining the law, giving illustrations, and citing or quoting judicial decisions and opinions of well-known writers on Negotiable Instruments. In many instances, they expressed their own opinions especially where there is a conflict of views.
This book also discusses at some length the Civil Code provisions on documents of title and the Warehouse Receipts Law.
Includes as appendices specialized laws in the mercantile field.
While this volume is intended primarily to serve as a textbook for law students, it may conveniently be used by lawyers, judges, and business executives as a handy reference.
Table of Contents
Part I - The Negotiable Instruments Law (Act No. 2031)
Title I - Negotiable Instruments in General
Title II - Bills of Exchange
Title III - Promissory Notes and Checks
Title IV - General Provisions
Part II - Documents of Title
A. Civil Code Provisions
B. The Warehouse Receipts Law
Part III - Allied Special Laws
A. Code of Commerce
B. General Bonded Warehouse Act
C. Trust Receipts Law
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