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Problems and Materials on Payment Law, Eighth Edition
by:Douglas J. Whaley
Through clear, concise writing and a problem-based pedagogy, this notably student-friendly Whaley book helps students to understand the statutory language of the Uniform Commercial Code, the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, and the Expedited Funds Availability Act.Problems and Materials on Payment Law, now in its Eighth Edition, features:The black-letter law...
Through clear, concise writing and a problem-based pedagogy, this notably student-friendly Whaley book helps students to understand the statutory language of the Uniform Commercial Code, the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, and the Expedited Funds Availability Act.Problems and Materials on Payment Law, now in its Eighth Edition, features:The black-letter law of payment systems in clear and straightforward writing;A logical and adaptable organization that follows the order of UCC Articles 3, 4, 4A, and 8;A problems-based pedagogy -- a practical and expedient way to teach payment law;A manageable length, at 416 pages;Significant Supreme Court cases.New to the Eighth Edition:Recent major cases involving check alteration;Statutory revisions that reflect a new Federal Reserve regulation allowing banks to return telemarketing checks to the depositary bank.A master at helping students to penetrate the sometimes-opaque language of statutory law, Douglas J. Whaley is the name that you trust to bring you concise, student-friendly, problem-based casebooks.
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