KKPSC Most Important Lecturer Commerce Online Test No. 63

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Commerce
SubjectCommerce Test 63
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer Commerce Online Test No. 63

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The liability of the acceptor of a bill is determined by the place where it has been.

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A bill is negotiate by means of a forged endorsement. A person claiming under the endorsement for value and in good faith.

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A promissory note and a cheque are dishonored by.

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If a person takes qualified acceptance he:

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In a negotiable instrument, as between immediate parties, the defendant by taking plea of absence of consideration.

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If a promissory note falls due on 15th August which is a public holiday, it is deemed to be due on.

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The omission to get an instrument note:

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A holder negotiates a bill or note payable to bearer by mere delivery to a bona fide transferee for value. The latter.

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A bill of exchange cannot be:

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Where the acceptance of a bill does not express for whose honour it is made, it is deemed to be made for the honour of the

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An acceptor of a bill used by a holder in due course pleads that the payee is a minor. This plea is .

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If a document contains a conditional promise to pay, it is.

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Where a bill is dishonored by non-acceptance, presentment for payment.

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A promise to pay is conditional if:

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If a finder obtains payment on a lost bill, the person who pays it in due course

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A letter of introduction given to the holder by some prior party to a hundi to be used by him in case the hundi is not accepted is called.

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If the signatures of the maker on a negotiable instrument are forged, a person acquiring it in good faith.

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In the case of an inland bill or promissory note, notice of dishonor is:

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If any of the signatures on a negotiable instrument are forged, a person acting in good faith.

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In a promissory note, a minor can be.

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Where a cheque bears across its face an addition of the name of a banker the crossing is.

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The liability of the maker of a foreign bill is determined by the law of the place.

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A hundi is payable to or to the order of a specified person named in the hundi.

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A bill which is not expressed to be on demand is.

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A negotiable instrument payable to bearer is said to be negotiated to a party when it is .

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