Main Search Premium Members Advanced Search Disclaimer
Citedby 263 docs - [View All]
Chebrolu Nagabhushanam And Anr. vs Rachapudi Seetharamiah on 29 July, 1960
Mehrunnisa Begum And Ors. vs Shaik Chand Bi And Ors. on 23 September, 1982
U. Ponnappa Moothan Sons, Palghat vs Catholic Syrian Bank Ltd. And ... on 18 September, 1990
Somisetty Subbarao vs Mynampati Ramakrishna Rao on 24 October, 2007
Madhya Bharat Khadi Sangh vs Bal Kishen Kapoor And Ors. on 20 March, 1979

[Complete Act]
Try out the Virtual Legal Assistant to take your notes as you use the website, build your case briefs and professionally manage your legal research. Also try out our Query Alert Service and enjoy an ad-free experience. Become a Premium Member for free for three months and pay only if you like it.
Central Government Act
Section 9 in The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
9. “Holder in due course”.—“Holder in due course” means any person who for consideration became the possessor of a promissory note, bill of exchange or cheque if payable to bearer, or the payee or indorsee thereof, if 1[payable to order], before the amount mentioned in it became payable, and without having sufficient cause to believe that any defect existed in the title of the person from whom he derived his title.