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Law of Banking - May/June 2010 Backlog (Old)

Question Type Question  
Long Discuss briefly the powers and functions of the Reserve Bank of India.
Long State the special features of the relation between a banker and his customer. Is the former bound to honour the latters acceptance. If so give reasons.
Long "A Banker is required to observe strict secrecy in regard to his customers account". Are there any exceptions to this rule.
Long Define a negotiable instrument. What are the main categories of negotiable instruments and explain the features of the negotiable instruments.
Long Define a Cheque and discuss the various kinds of cheques.
Long Bring out the salient features of the Negotiable Instruments Act.
Long Explain the statutory protection provided to paying bankers under the Negotiable Instruments Act.
Long Explain the statutory protection provided to a collecting banker under the Negotiable Instruments Act.
Long Define a "Pledge". What are its essential ingredients? Who can create a valid pledge?
Long Discuss in detail the usual precautions which a bank should observe when granting advances against the security of immovable property and manufactured goods.
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