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Chapter 23 Negotiation of Commercial Paper
After reading this chapter, you should understand the following:
- The distinction between transfer and negotiation of commercial paper
- The liability of a person who transfers paper
- The types of indorsements and their effects
- Special problems that arise with forged indorsements
In the previous chapter, we took up the requirements for paper to be negotiable. Here we take up negotiation.