With a mission to inform, educate and empower one and all, LAWLEDGE was established in the year 2010, as an advisory and consulting firm to promote legal awareness and legal education across the country. LAWLEDGE, controlled and run by a group of lawyers, has always remained steadfast and delivers on affordable and practical learning by providing training programs, conferences, webinars, online certification courses, informative blogs, and sharing various opportunities that come about in the legal field.
With the benefit of having an experience of over a decade in the legal domain and with the help of its in-house lawyers and legal practitioners, LAWLEDGE has developed various standardized and simplified online certification courses in relation to law and its allied domains.
About Online Certification Course- “The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881”
The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 is one of the important subsets of Banking Law in India. It sets out provisions in relation to negotiable instruments (Cheque, Promissory Note, Bill of Exchange) which act as primary mediums for business transactions across the globe, whether big or small. From big corporate houses to a common man and every entity in between, all use cheques as one of the mediums for transfer of money. At the same time, there are many cases of misuse of cheques which lead to financial losses. This subsequently results in disputes which ultimately reach Courts for settlement.
You may have heard of ‘cheque bouncing’, for instance, but where do you find the same in law. What is ‘cheque bouncing’ known as in law? What happens if you receive a cheque which later bounces, or what happens if the cheque that you had provided to someone for payment of some due bounces? You should be well equipped with the answers to all these questions and more, because use of cheques in day-to-day life is inevitable and ‘cheque bouncing’ is a frequent event.
This Course on the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 strives to assist you in understanding the concept of negotiable instruments, types of negotiable instruments, their validity, implications and much more. This Act is well known for its special provision in relation to ‘Dishonour of cheque’ which we call ‘cheque bouncing’ in common parlance. This provision along with a lot of other provisions of the Act are practised regularly in the Indian courts. This Course aims to simplify the complex legal language used in the Act for easier and better understanding of the provisions which could save you from big financial losses. The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 is, therefore, not only important for law students/advocates but also for non law students and people.
Why choose LAWLEDGE’s Courses?
- High quality content providing insight into the subject matter
- Engaging audio-video lectures allowing learning on the move
- Interactive slides ensuring stimulated learning
- Quality assignments
- Self-paced online interactive test
- Free and unlimited option of retaking the test until you pass
- Learn anywhere and anytime at your pace
- 24×7 Customer support
Who can take this Course?
- Law students
- Lawyers and Advocates
- Judicial Services Examination aspirants
- Legal teams within companies
How to avail a 20% discount on this Course?
- Visit LAWLEDGE.
- Click on ‘Take This Course’.
- Register yourself.
- On the payment webpage, enter KANOONIYAT20 in the Coupon field and click on ‘Apply’.
- After the coupon code is Applied, click on the ‘Pay’ button to make the payment.
More details regarding the Course can be found here.
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