HSC Finance, Banking, and Bima 2nd Paper 6th Chapter Note Cheque, Bill of Exchange & Promissory Note. A negotiable instrument is a commercial document in writing, that contains an order for payment of money either on demand or after a certain time. These are of three types, namely, bills of exchange, promissory note and cheques. There are instances when the bill of exchange is juxtaposed with a promissory note. The fundamental difference between Bill of Exchange and Promissory Note is that the former carries an order to pay money while the latter contains a promise to pay money.
HSC Finance, Banking, and Bima 2nd Paper 6th Chapter Note Cheque, Bill of Exchange & Promissory Note
Acceptance is one of the major element, which distinguishes the two commercial instruments, i.e. bill of exchange need to be accepted, so as to become effective. On the other hand, a promissory note does not require any kind of acceptance. So, when one is working with these two, he/she should be known about the meaning and features.
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