Dishonour of Cheques: Director’s Liability in case of Dishonour

By Khusboo Agarwal,  National Law University Jodhpur Editor's note: Cheques are a type of bill of exchange and were developed as a way of making payments without the need to carry large amounts of money. A dishonoured cheque cannot be redeemed for its value and is worthless; they are also known as … [Read more...]

Securitization of a Cross Border Transaction

Editor's note:  Securitization has undoubtedly emerged globally as an important technique for bundling assets and segregating risks into marketable securities. However, when securitization acquires a tendency of becoming transnational, there are several issues which emerge. Let us consider a … [Read more...]

Assignment under Insurance Policies

BY J MANDAKINI, NUALS "Editor's Note: This paper attempts to explore the concept of assignment under Indian law especially Contract Act, Insurance Act and Transfer of Property Act. It seeks to appreciate why assignment is made use of for securities of a facility sanctioned by ICICI Bank. Also it … [Read more...]