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Law of Banking - April/May 2009

Question Type Question  
Long Give a brief account of the history of the Banking (Regulation) Act, 1949.
Long Explain the form of business in which banking companies may engage.
Long Define the term "Customer" of a bank. What are the essential requisites to become a customer of bank.
Long What is meant by "Garnishee Order"? What measures should a banker take on receiving such order?
Long Explain the essential features of Negotiable Instruments.
Long What precautions should a banker take in his dealings with special type of customers?
Long What are the duties of paying banker as regards to crossed cheques?
Long Explain the statutory protection available to a banker in collecting a cheque. Refer to a case law.
Long Write a note on banker"s general lien.
Long Define "Life Policy". Explain the reasons for unpopularity of life policies as securities.
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