The Lawyer's Guide to Modern Payment Methods: ACH, Credit, Debit, and More

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American Bar Association, 2007 - Law - 199 pages
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Using a hypothetical example, the author explains the applicable laws of fund (wire) transfers, credit, debit, and charge cards, checks, and other payment methods, including stored value, PayPal[Registered] and others, and then discusses those laws in the context of the hypothetical. Each chapter includes several research resources for additional information as well as handy checklists, forms and agreements. The book is accompanied by a CD-ROM of the checklists, forms and agreements for easy customization.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
II INITIAL LEGAL SEARCH
2
Letter of Credit And Documentary Transaction
3
II APPLICATION TO THE CONTEXT IN WHICH ADVICE IS SOUGHT
5
III CHECKLISTS
6
IV RESEARCH RESOURCES
8
VI FORMS
9
Fund Wire Transfers
17
C State Law and Other Rules
69
II APPLICATION TO THE CONTEXT IN WHICH ADVICE IS SOUGHT
73
III CHECKLISTS
75
IV RESEARCH RESOURCES
77
V NOTES
79
Checks
89
II APPLICATION TO THE CONTEXT IN WHICH ADVICE IS SOUGHT
115
III CHECKLISTS
118

B UCC Article 4A
18
C Federal Electronic Fund Transfer Act and Related Rules
23
II APPLICATION TO THE CONTEXT IN WHICH ADVICE IS SOUGHT
29
III CHECKLISTS
30
IV RESEARCH RESOURCES
31
V NOTES
32
VI FORMS
34
Credit and Charge Cards
59
B Federal Law
60
IV RESEARCH RESOURCES
122
V FORMS
123
Other Payment Methods Including Stored Value and PayPal
169
II STORED VALUE
170
III PAYPAL AND THE LIKE
174
IV RESEARCH RESOURCES
176
Appendix
183
Index
187
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