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Payment Systems: Liability of the Parties on a Negotiable Instrument

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Liability of the Parties on a Negotiable Instrument · Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

This podcast by Professor Jennifer Martin discusses the basics of who is liable on a negotiable instrument and to whom. Why is this important? Oftentimes an examination question will simply ask who’s liable. It is important to use the correct legal terminology when describing responsible parties and claims and to organize claims either by responsible […]

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Payment Systems: Who Can Enforce a Negotiable Instrument

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Who Can Enforce a Negotiable Instrument · Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

In this podcast Professor Jennifer Martin explains who has the right to enforce a negotiable instrument. The podcast will also discuss enforcement of lost, destroyed, or stolen instruments. Correct terminology is important and this podcast covers terms such as holder, negotiation, person entitled to enforce (PETE), presentment, and dishonor. At the conclusion of this podcast, […]

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Payment Systems: Being a Holder in Due Course: Real Defenses

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Being a Holder in Due Course: Real Defenses · Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

In this podcast Professor Jennifer Martin discusses the real defenses that can be asserted by an obligor against a holder in due course seeking payment on an instrument. As holder in due course doctrine arises under Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code, this topic deals with instruments, typically paper checks and promissory notes. Importantly, […]

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Payment Systems: Being a Holder in Due Course: Personal Defenses

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Being a Holder in Due Course: Personal Defenses · Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

In this podcast Professor Jennifer Martin will introduce you to the protection afforded a holder in due course from defenses to payment arising from personal defenses. As holder in due course doctrine arises under Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code, this topic deals with instruments, typically paper checks and promissory notes. Importantly, holders in due […]

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Payment Systems: Who is a Holder in Due Course

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Who is a Holder in Due Course · Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer Martin is who is a holder in due course, how someone becomes a holder in due course, and why it’s important. This podcast will explain the distinction between the process of becoming a holder and a holder in due course. Like other podcasts in the Payment Systems […]

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Payment Systems: Instruments Signed for Accommodation

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Instruments Signed for Accommodation · Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer Martin is the obligations and rights of accommodation parties and accommodated parties under Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code (U.C.C.), including issues that arise with respect to the settlement of the obligation of the primary obligor. Guarantee transactions present themselves frequently in practice and, because issues […]

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Payment Systems: Fiduciary Duty and Liability of Representatives

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Fiduciary Duty and Liability of Representatives · Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer Martin is: (1) when a person that takes an instrument from a fiduciary has notice of the breach of fiduciary duty; and (2) when a representative is bound individually on an instrument. This podcast covers the rules of §§ 3-307 and 3-402. These topics are often covered […]

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Payment Systems: Effect of the Instrument on the Underlying Obligation

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Effect of the Instrument on the Underlying Obligation · All Posts, Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

The topic of this podcast, by Professor Jennifer Martin, is the relationship between the liability that parties have on an underlying contractual obligation and an instrument that is taken as payment for the same obligation, including using an instrument to achieve an accord and satisfaction as to a contractual dispute. For example, an individual enters […]

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Payment Systems: Negotiable Instruments Vocabulary

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Negotiable Instruments Vocabulary · Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

In this podcast Professor Jennifer Martin introduces you to the different basic vocabulary and parties you may see when considering a negotiable instrument under Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code. Article 3 is tested on a number of bar examinations. It is always important to correctly identify the transaction and its parties when considering […]

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Payment Systems: Fraudulent Signatures, Alterations and Negligence

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Fraudulent Signatures, Alterations and Negligence · Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

In this podcast Professor Jennifer Martin addresses the liability that arises when there is a fraudulent signature on an instrument, as well as the effect of alterations and negligence. These rules are covered in Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code, which is tested in a number of states on the bar exam. At the […]

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