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S Krishnamurthy Aiyar: Law Relating to Negotiable Instruments Act

S Krishnamurthy Aiyar: Law Relating to Negotiable Instruments Act

Author : S K Sarvaria

ISBN : 9789391211233

EDITION : 14th

NO. OF VOLUMES : 1

BINDING : Hardcover

COPYRIGHT YEAR : 2022

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S Krishnamurthi Aiyar Law Relating to Negotiable Instruments Act is an acclaimed treatise providing extensive and analytical study on the subject of negotiable instruments. The book provides exhaustive section-wise commentary on the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, incorporating all the important judgments the Supreme Court and High Courts.

Key Features:

  • Critically analyses the scope of The Negotiable Instruments Act, presenting it in a self-explanatory form
  • Each section of the Act has been placed distinctively, with appropriate sub-headings, for the convenience and easy understanding of readers
  • Incorporates contemporary developments and legislative changes such as inclusion of Sections 143A and 148 by Act 20 of 2018
  • Relevant case law has been added under each section

S K Sarvaria is a former District and Sessions Judge, New Delhi and is presently serving as the President of District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum in New Delhi. After graduating from the Delhi University, he persued his LL.B. course and also got selected with the Delhi Judicial Services in 1980. While acting as a judge, he presided over different courts including those of the Court of District Judge, Court of Sessions, Labour Court, the Registrar's Court in the High Court of Delhi and Rent Control Tribunal. S K Sarvaria developed an interest in writing and editing law books during his post-graduation in law itself. Since 1998, he has already authored more than 20 titles on different subjects ranging from commentaries on Code of Civil Procedure Code, Indian Penal Code, different insurance laws, Indian Registration Act, Prevention of Money-Laundering Act, Foreign Exchange Management Act, Negotiable Instruments Act and Notaries Act, to name a few. He has also contributed to the work of Halsbury's Laws of India in Criminal Procedure and the work of Halsbury's Annotated Statutes of India (HASI) in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure. Since his retirement in 2013, Mr Sarvaria has been taking up arbitration assignments in matters relating to different kinds of contracts.

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