• Fundamentals of Negotiable Instruments Law
  • ₱480.00
  • by:  Salvador Austria and Timoteo Aquino

    • Softbound (₱480.00)
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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-0638-8
    • No. of Pages: 327
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2019




    • Description:

      The book is divided into two parts. Part I deals with the primary subject of this book, the Negotiable Instruments Law, while Part II concerns the New Civil Code provisions on Documents of Title and the Warehouse Receipts Law. One important feature of this book is the presence of exercises that can be found at the end of every major topic. The questions in the exercises are based on and/or follow the same format as the questions in the Board Examination for Accountancy. While the law remains unchanged, there is a need to update this work by including selected decisions of the Supreme Court and regulations by government agencies. Additional examples are likewise included to better serve its purpose as an introductory text on the Negotiable Instruments Law.






    • Fundamentals of Negotiable Instruments Law
    • by:  Salvador Austria and Timoteo Aquino
    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-0638-8
    • No. of Pages: 327
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2019

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    Description:

    The book is divided into two parts. Part I deals with the primary subject of this book, the Negotiable Instruments Law, while Part II concerns the New Civil Code provisions on Documents of Title and the Warehouse Receipts Law. One important feature of this book is the presence of exercises that can be found at the end of every major topic. The questions in the exercises are based on and/or follow the same format as the questions in the Board Examination for Accountancy. While the law remains unchanged, there is a need to update this work by including selected decisions of the Supreme Court and regulations by government agencies. Additional examples are likewise included to better serve its purpose as an introductory text on the Negotiable Instruments Law.