Negotiable Instruments

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Our Commercial Law Solicitors are here to help and advise you on a variety of commercial law matters, including negotiable instruments, liabilities, and sales of assets or shares. We are available over a phone call, email, or in person, whatever suits you.


Negotiation is the process of transferring the right to pay. A document holding an order to pay money is called a negotiable instrument if it fulfils both of the following conditions:

  • It can be delivered from one person to the other, allowing the possessor of the instrument to sue on it in his name. If the instrument is payable to a bearer, the transferee can receive it through delivery. If it is payable to a specific payee or his order, the document must be endorsed and handed to the payee.
  • It transfers legal title to the instrument to a bona fide purchaser for value, free of the transferor’s and any other former holder’s equities or title defects. So long as the buyer is unaware of any such equity or defect in the title prior to the transfer.

Our professional Solicitors advise clients upon Negotiable Instruments. If you face any legal issues regarding negotiable instruments, please contact us for expert guidance.

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Our Commercial Law Solicitors at Solicitors INN have an in-depth knowledge of commercial law. Whether you have a new small business or a well-established organization, we offer customized legal solutions to your challenges. We provide comprehensive advice and representation on a wide range of commercial trading and business arrangements, including buying/selling a business, commercial contracts, liabilities, and joint ventures.

Negotiable instruments involve promissory notes and bills of exchange. Negotiability is granted by statute or rules outlined by a recognised market within English law. Giving an instrument a specific name or claiming that it is negotiable does not make it a negotiable instrument.

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