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This text assists practitioners in identifying the many ambiguities inherent in the law of negotiable instruments. It elucidates, through a detailed discussion of applicable cases, the ways in which courts resolve these ambiguities. Revised UCC Articles 3 and 4 clarified many ambiguities but, not surprisingly, Articles 3 and 4 raise a host of new questions. To further assist practitioners, this volume also contains a summary of the rights of parties in common scenarios, an "algorithm" designed to help determine whether a particular writing is a negotiable instrument, a glossary, and a detailed index.
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Wayne K. Lewis is Professor of Law and Associate Dean at the DePaul University College of Law where he teaches Negotiable Instruments Law and Sales. Prior to joining DePaul, Professor Lewis worked for the Federal Trade Commission, eventually serving as Assistant Regional Director in the Chicago Regional Office. Steven H. Resnicoff is Professor of Law at the DePaul University College of Law. Prior to joining DePaul, Professor Resnicoff was a Partner in the Lackwood, NJ firm of Gersberg & Resnicoff and a former associate in the Baltimore firm of Venable, Baetjer & Howard.
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