CALICO

Payment systems / James Brook, Professor of Law, New York Law School.

By: Brook, James, 1946-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Examples & explanations series: Publisher: New York : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, [2013]Edition: Fifth editionDescription: xvi, 478 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1454817674; 9781454817673Subject(s): Checks -- United States | Payment -- United States | Point-of-sale systems -- Law and legislation -- United States | Sales -- United States
Contents:
What is a negotiable instrument? -- Principles of negotiation and becoming a holder -- Liability on the negotiable instrument -- Issues of agency -- Accommodation parties -- Effect on the underlying obligation -- Who qualifies as a holder in due course? -- Defenses, claims of others, and the holder in due course -- The consumer context -- The traditional method of check collection -- The checking account in the electronic age -- Final payment -- Expedited return under Regulation CC -- The duty to pay and wrongful dishonor -- Stopping payment -- Funds availability under Regulation CC -- Who bears the risk of theft, forgery, and alteration? -- Special rules for special situations -- The bank statement rule -- Credit cards -- Debit cards and ATM transactions -- Introduction to commercial electronic funds transfers and Article 4a -- Security procedures and the risk of theft -- Errors in execution.
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Includes index.

What is a negotiable instrument? -- Principles of negotiation and becoming a holder -- Liability on the negotiable instrument -- Issues of agency -- Accommodation parties -- Effect on the underlying obligation -- Who qualifies as a holder in due course? -- Defenses, claims of others, and the holder in due course -- The consumer context -- The traditional method of check collection -- The checking account in the electronic age -- Final payment -- Expedited return under Regulation CC -- The duty to pay and wrongful dishonor -- Stopping payment -- Funds availability under Regulation CC -- Who bears the risk of theft, forgery, and alteration? -- Special rules for special situations -- The bank statement rule -- Credit cards -- Debit cards and ATM transactions -- Introduction to commercial electronic funds transfers and Article 4a -- Security procedures and the risk of theft -- Errors in execution.

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