Negotiable Instruments in UK Law

  • Reckitt and Colman Products Ltd (t/a Colmans of Norwich) v Borden Inc. and Others
    • House of Lords
    • 08 February 1990
    ... ... the bank have been held liable were crossed and marked not negotiable, except two— 13th March, 1925, Lloyds or bearer, £1,000, and 20th ... ...
  • Marfani & Company Ltd v Midland Bank Ltd
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 21 March 1968
    ... ... origin of the tort of conversion and its application to negotiable instruments as "goods" is that the tort at common law is one of strict ... ...
  • Esso Petroleum Company Ltd v Milton
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 05 February 1997
    ... ... Unless they are to be treated as unconditionally payable instruments (as in the Act, section 3, says "an unconditional order in writing"), ... Mr Hapgood points out that almost no cheques today are in fact negotiable instruments: virtually all are crossed account payee only. The creditors' ... ...
  • Savory (E. B.) & Company v Lloyds Bank Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 08 December 1932
    ... ... They were consequently negotiable instruments which needed no endorsement and passed from hand to hand. The ... ...
  • Jones (R E.) Ltd v Waring & Gillow Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 18 June 1926
    ... ... to claims to recover money paid on bills of exchange and other negotiable instruments. Instances of such an application are to be found in the ... ...
  • The Office of Fair Trading v Abbey National Plc and 7 Others
    • Queen's Bench Division (Commercial Court)
    • 24 April 2008
    ... ... apply to “transactions in transferable securities, financial instruments and other products or services where the price is linked to fluctuations ... is the likelihood that the typical consumer, presented with non-negotiable documentation, will appreciate its effect ... 349 The first ... ...
  • Jones (R E.) Ltd v Waring & Gillow Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 18 June 1926
    ... ... to claims to recover money paid on bills of exchange and other negotiable instruments. Instances of such an application are to be found in the ... ...
  • R v Kassim
    • House of Lords
    • 19 July 1991
    ... ... connection with, that is, done to bills of exchange and other negotiable instruments. The question is:- did the legislature intend by the terms of ... ...
  • Thomson v Moyse
    • House of Lords
    • 22 November 1960
    ... ... signed in London and, if you please, sold here, so that the instruments themselves did not cross the Atlantic until he had made this sale and even ... ...
  • Orbit Mining and Trading Company Ltd v Westminster Bank Ltd
    • Court of Appeal
    • 30 July 1962
    ... ... It was collected on three instruments: the first was dated the 9th August, 1957, and was for 147. 12s. Od., the ... If they were cheques they would be negotiable instruments and a particular type of estoppel might apply, that which ... ...
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