200 Lvl

200 Lvl

BANKING AND FINANCE

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LAW OF BANKING & NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS I

  1. Nature, history and evolution of banking in Nigeria
  2. Law regulating the establishment and operation of banking in Nigeria
  3. Types of Banks
  4. Nature and legal effect of negotiable instruments including cheques, promissory notes, bills of exchange etc.
  5. Relation of banker and customer
  6. Types of accounts, overdraft and appropriation of payments and garnishee order, bank notes, cheques and their crossings

LAW OF BANKING & NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS II

  1. The paying Banker and the collecting banker
  2. Conversion and forgeries, securities for advances
  3. Banker’s commercial credits
  4. Negotiability and assignability
  5. Negotiation – endorsement and delivery, holder in due course, presentment, acceptance parties liability, notice of dishonour, protest, charge of a bill

Leading Judgement & Relevant Legislations

  1. Trade Bank plc v. Barilux (Nig) Ltd (2000) 13 NWLR pt 685
  2. Union Bank v. Integrated Timber and Plywood products Ltd (2000) 12
    NWLR pt 680, 99
  3. NNB Ltd v. Odiase (1993) 8 NWLR Pt 310.
  4. UBN Plc v. Okubama (2000) 14 NWLR Pt 688, 573
  5. Hall v. Fuller (1826) ER 279
  6. Devaynes v. Noble (1816)1. Mer 572
  7. Sims v. Bond (1933) 5B& Ad 389
  8. Osawaye v. National Bank of Nigeria Ltd (1973) NCLR 474
  9. Co-operative Development Bank Plc v. Joe Golday co. Ltd (2000) 14 NWLR Pt. 688, 514

Practice Questions

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