A treatise on the law of negotiable instruments: including bills of exchange; promissory notes; negotiable bonds and coupons; checks; bank notes; certificates of deposit; certificates of stock; bills of credit; bills of lading; guaranties; letters of credit; and circular notes

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Baker, Voorhis & co., 1933 - Business & Economics - 2313 pages
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Who may sue upon instruments payable to one party
What constitutes the right to sue and the evidence thereof

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