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THE FORMATION OF THE CONTRACT OF PARTIES FOR
ACCOMMODATION OR FOR HONOR.
Sec. 54. Accommodation party defined.
OPERATION OF THE CONTRACT.
A. In General of Negotiation and Indorsement.
Sec. 57. Meaning of negotiation.
B. Kinds of Indorsements.
Sec. 64. Special indorsement.
HOLDER IN DUE COURSE.
Sec. 69. Introduction,
(1) Only necessary to make one holder in due
(4) Payment after notice.
(1) In general.
ing bad faith.
performed. Sec. 74. Transferee must acquire instrument before
overdue. (1) In general. (2) When demand paper overdue. (3) Interest overdue. (4) Installment of principal overdue. . (5) Interest overdue and right to declare
entire instrument due. (6) Overdue paper sold in breach of trust.
(7) How time computed. Sec. 75. Indorsement requisite. Sec. 76. Transferee of holder in due course as holder in
due course. Sec. 77. Burden of proof as to whether one is holder in
due course. Sec. 78. Amount recoverable by holder in due course.
DEFENSES AGAINST HOLDER IN DUE COURSE.
A. Defenses not Available Against Holder in Due Course
Sec. 79. In general.
B. Defenses Available Against Holder in Due Course
Sec. 90. Real defenses defined.
THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARTIES.
Sec. 96. Of maker of note.
Sec. 98. Of drawer of bill or check.
PRESENTMENT FOR PAYMENT AND FOR ACCEPTANCE.
Sec. 105. General statement.
A. Presentment for Payment at Maturity to Parties Pri
Sec. 106. Not necessary to charge parties primarily
liable. Sec. 107. Presentment for payment necessary to charge
parties secondarily liable. Sec. 108. What presentment sufficient.
(1) Presentment by whom.
(6) Instrument exhibited. Sec. 109. When presentment for payment not required.
(1) Drawer no right to expect when.
B. Presentment of Bill for Acceptance.
Sec. 110. Presentment for acceptance necessary in
(1) Party who must make.
(4) To whom.
Sec. 114. Notice of dishonor necessary to charge
drawer and indorser.
Sec. 119. Protest necessary to charge drawer and
indorser of foreign bill.