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Banking Awareness - Promissory Note V/S Bill Of Exchange

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Promissory Note V/S Bill Of Exchange

1PartiesThere are two parties viz., maker or promisor and payee or promiseThere are three parties viz., drawer ,drawee and payee
2Nature of PaymentThere is an unconditional promise to payThere is an unconditional order to pay
3AcceptanceIt is payable by the person who makes it. Therfore, no acceptance is necessaryIt is payable by the drawer the person directed to pay (i.e drawee). Therfore it should be preseted to the drawee for acceptance
4 NoticeIn case of dishonor, no notice of dishonor is necessaryNotice of dishonor must be given to all parties liable.
5Liability The maker of the promissory note is primarily and absolutely liable to the payee. Promisor stands for immediate relation to payeeMaker of the bill of exchange is secondary liable to payee. He becomes liable only when the drawee refuses to honor the bill
6 Payable to makerA note can not be payable to maker himselfThe drawer and payee may be one and same person
7 ProtestNo protest is requiredA foreign bill must be compulsorily protested for dishonor where ever required by law.
8 Payable to bearer As per Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, a note cannot be payable to bearer Can be payable to bearer

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