Understanding Negotiable Instruments and Payment Systems
This Understanding treatise provides a comprehensive treatment of the subject matter covered by Articles 3, 4 & 4A of the Uniform Commercial Code and by relevant provisions of the Truth in Lending Act, and Fair Credit Billing Act, the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, and Regulations E, J, Z, and CC. A primary focus is directed toward the law of negotiable instruments and of bank deposits and collections. The author also address the existing legal regimes that govern payments made in all forms, including checks and other drafts, cash, credit card, automated clearinghouses, automated teller machines, debit cards, and wholesale fund transfer.
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acceptance acceptor accommodation party agency law agreement alteration amount apply assert automated clearing house bank’s beneficiary beneficiary’s bank breach buyer card issuer cardholder cash cashier’s check certified check Code collecting bank consumer consumer’s Corp court credit card creditor customer’s account D’er debit deposit depositary bank discharge disclosure draft drawee bank drawer drawer’s signature due course electronic fund transfer enforce the instrument entitled to enforce Federal Reserve Fedwire financial institution forged indorsement forgery holder in due incur indorsement infra instrument payable issued loss maker merchant Nat’l Bank negligence negotiable instruments obligor paid pay the instrument payee payment order payor bank person entitled preclude presentment warranties prior promissory note provides purchaser qualify receiving bank Regulation CC restitution right of recourse rule seller sender Serv signed stop-payment order subrogation subsequent Supp supra transactions transfer warranties transferor unauthorized signature wire transfers