With humor and wit, James Brook writes clear and engaging introductions to the concepts and sources of payment systems, along with examples and explanations that illustrate their application. Examples a Explanations: Payment Systems, now in its Fourth Edition, provides a complete overview of its subject and the proven-effective Examples a Explanations pedagogy that allows students to test their knowledge and practice applying the law. Updated throughout, the Fourth Edition of Examples a Explanations: Payment Systems features: the Examples a Explanations pedagogy--clear introductory text followed by thoughtful example problems with complete answers and analysis a disarming writing style with notably lucid explanations of complex and ambiguous areas of the law comprehensive coverage that mirrors the standard topics in most payment systems courses Article 3 of the UCC (negotiable instruments) Article 4 (check collection) Article 4A (commercial electronic funds transfers) credit cards and debit cards Refreshed and updated examples and explanations Author of three popular books in the Examples a Explanations series, including Examples a Explanations: Sales and Leases, Fifth Edition and Examples a Explanations: Secured Transactions, Fourth Edition, James Brook brings a wealth of teaching and writing experience to each page. Anyone seeking a thorough overview of payment law--or practice applying the concepts--will find it here in the fourth edition of Examples a Explanations: Payment Systems.Vaughn, 174 Ohio App. 3d 473, 882 N.E.2d 941, 64 U.C.C.2d 757 (2007). 9. No. Under As3-104(a)(3), a negotiable instrument must a#39;a#39;not state any other undertaking or instruction by the person promising or ordering payment to do any act inanbsp;...
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