KKPSC Most Important Lecturer Commerce Online Test No. 63

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Commerce
Subject Commerce Test 63
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer Commerce Online Test No. 63

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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 person takes qualified acceptance he:

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

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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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If a document contains a conditional promise to pay, it 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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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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Where a cheque bears across its face an addition of the name of a banker the crossing is.

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

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

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A promissory note and a cheque are dishonored by.

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

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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 bill which is not expressed to be on demand is.

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

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In a promissory note, a minor can be.

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A bill of exchange cannot be:

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A promise to pay is conditional if:

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The omission to get an instrument note:

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