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The acceptor of the bill of exchange

Bill of exchange – Definition and parties involved

In this article, we continue our analysis of negotiable instruments with the bill of exchange. Historians believe the Bills of exchange to have been invented by Florentine Jews. They were created to avoid the transport of funds and have been used in trade since the middle ages. At the beginning they were used in foreign […]

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Example of simple promissory note

Promissory Note – Definition and Parties involved

After the introduction of negotiable instruments in the previous article, we will now focus on two instruments that are extensively used in business transactions in numerous countries: the promissory note and the bill of exchange. This article is about the promissory note and will handle the following topics: What is a promissory note? Contents of […]

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Classification of Negotiable and Non Negotiable Instruments

Negotiable instruments – Definition and analysis

Negotiable instruments have been around for centuries. They are still used today in domestic or international trade all around the world. It is therefore interesting to take a closer look at them. This article contains in the following topics (Click on the link to go directly to the subject you are mostly interested in): What […]

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