Section 54 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

 

Section 54 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 in Hindi and English 



Section 54 Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 :Subject to the provisions hereinafter contained as to crossed cheques, a negotiable instrument indorsed in blank is payable to the bearer thereof even although originally payable to order.



Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Case Law Related to Section 54 of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 :

T.R.Ajayan vs M.Ravindran on 7 January, 2008

Kerala High Court

T.R.Ajayan vs M.Ravindran on 7 January, 2008

Kerala High Court 

Arun Kumar Gupta vs State Of Rajasthan And Anr on 23 March, 2010

Rajasthan High Court 

Tailors Priya, A Firm vs Gulabchand Danraj, A Firm on 25 July, 1962

Calcutta High Court 

All India Reporter Ltd. vs Nagpur Improvement Trust on 14 June, 1983

Bombay High Court 

M.L.M. Ramanadan Chettiar vs Gundu Ayyar And Ors. on 3 May, 1928

Madras High Court 

Forbes, Forbes, Campbell And Co. vs The Official Assignee on 18 August, 1924

Bombay High Court 

Rangaswami Pillai vs Sankaralingam Ayyar on 18 March, 1920

Madras High Court 

Rangasami Pillai vs Banker Sankaralingam Aiyar on 18 March, 1920

Madras High Court 

Rangasawmi Pillai vs Banker Sankaralingam Aiyer And on 18 March, 1920

Madras High Court 


परक्राम्य लिखत अधिनियम, 1881 की धारा 54 का विवरण :  - क्रॉस की हुई चैकों के बारे में जो उपबंध एतस्मिन् पश्चात् अन्तर्विष्ट हैं उनके अध्यधीन रहते हुए यह है कि निरंक पृष्ठांकित परक्राम्य लिखत उसके वाहक को देय होती है यद्यपि वह मूलतः आदेशानुसार देय थी ।


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