Negotiable Instruments

1099, Debt Collection, Negotiable Instruments, Secured Party, Tax, UCC no comments


Securitization Jack Smith Jean Keating Transcript “Securitization is Illegal”, – It is only illegal for private corporations. Securitization: The process of homogenizing financial instruments into fungible securities, so that they are sellable on the securities market. When you sign a mortgage note it comes under UCC Article 3. After securitization, it comes under Article 8….

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NOTICING PRESENTMENTS A presentment is a written “demand for payment”, or for a “performance”. Presentments addressed to the artificial legal “person” NAME, are often in all-capital-letters and/or with a fictional title such as “Mr.” or “Mrs.”. They are not addressed to a living man or woman. All presentments that arrive in the post addressed to…

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INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE CUSIP SERVICE BUREAU (CSB) The CUSIP® Service Bureau (CSB) is dedicated to driving efficient trading, clearing, and settlement in capital markets throughout the world by providing a common language for uniquely identifying financial instruments across institutions, exchanges, and nations thus enabling enormous efficiencies and cost savings. CSB is operated for the American…

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Principle of negotiability of negotiable instruments

Principle of negotiability of negotiable instruments Is the principle of negotiability of negotiable instruments still relevant to modern international trade finance law, or has been displaced by the electronic revolution and/ or the dematerialisation of negotiable instruments. Introduction ‘Negotiable’ is an ambiguous word. In common language the term negotiable is frequently used simply to mean…

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