When the Notice of Dishonor of the Cheque is Unnecessary

When the Notice of Dishonor of the Cheque is Unnecessary

Under section 98 of The Negotiable Instrument Act 1881 no notice of dishonor of the cheque is necessary on the following cases:

1. When it is dispensed with by the party entitled thereto.
2. In order to charge the drawer when he has countermanded payment.
3. When the party charged could not suffer damaged for want to notice.
4. When the party entitled to notice cannot after due search be found or the party bound to give notice is for any other reason unable without any fault of his own to give it.
5. To charge the drawers when the acceptor is also a drawer.
6. In the case of a promissory note which is not negotiable.
7. When the party entitled to notice knowing the facts promises unconditionally to pay the amount due on the instruments.

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