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Bare acts > Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 > Section 51
 
   


 

51. Who may negotiate .- Every sole maker, drawer, payee or endorsee, or all of several joint makers, drawers, payees or endorsees, of a negotiable instrument may, if the negotiability of such instrument has not been restricted or excluded as mentioned in section 50, endorse and negotiate the same.

Explanation — Nothing in this section enables a maker or drawer to endorse or negotiate an instrument, unless he is in lawful possession or is holder thereof, or enables a payee or endorsee to endorse or negotiate an instrument, unless he is holder thereof.


Illustration

A bill is drawn payable to A or order. A endorses it to B, the endorsement not containing the words “or order” or any equivalent words. B may negotiate the instrument.

 

 

 

 

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