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THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, 1881

Title : THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, 1881

Year : 1881



CHAPTER X


OF REASONABLE TIME


105.Reasonable time.


105.Reasonable time. In determining what is a reasonable time for presentment for acceptance or payment, for giving notice of dishonour and for noting, regard shall be had to the nature of the instrument and the usual course of dealing with respect to similar instruments ;
and, in calculating such time, public holidays shall be excluded.


106.Reasonable time of giving notice of dishonour.


106.Reasonable time of giving notice of dishonour. If the holder and -the party to whom notice of dishonour is given carry on business or live (as the case may be) in different places, such notice is given within a reasonable time if it is despatched by the next post or on the day next after the day of dishonour.

If the said parties carry on business or live in the same place, such notice is given within a reasonable time if it is despatched in time to reach its destination on the day next after the day of dishonour.


107.Reasonable time for transmitting such notice.


107.Reasonable time for transmitting such notice. A party receiving notice of dishonour, who seeks to enforce his right against a prior party, transmits the notice within a reasonable time -if he transmits it within the same time after its receipt as he would have had to give notice if he had been the holder.
Last updated on May, 2015
Title : THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, 1881

Year : 1881



CHAPTER X


OF REASONABLE TIME


105.Reasonable time.


105.Reasonable time. In determining what is a reasonable time for presentment for acceptance or payment, for giving notice of dishonour and for noting, regard shall be had to the nature of the instrument and the usual course of dealing with respect to similar instruments ;
and, in calculating such time, public holidays shall be excluded.


106.Reasonable time of giving notice of dishonour.


106.Reasonable time of giving notice of dishonour. If the holder and -the party to whom notice of dishonour is given carry on business or live (as the case may be) in different places, such notice is given within a reasonable time if it is despatched by the next post or on the day next after the day of dishonour.

If the said parties carry on business or live in the same place, such notice is given within a reasonable time if it is despatched in time to reach its destination on the day next after the day of dishonour.


107.Reasonable time for transmitting such notice.


107.Reasonable time for transmitting such notice. A party receiving notice of dishonour, who seeks to enforce his right against a prior party, transmits the notice within a reasonable time -if he transmits it within the same time after its receipt as he would have had to give notice if he had been the holder.
Last updated on May, 2015

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