Payment Systems: Holders Podcast
The topic of this podcast is who a holder is, how someone becomes a holder, and why it is important. This topic deals with instruments, typically paper checks and promissory notes. While we might not use instruments frequently, checks and promissory notes are still used in many transactions, particularly larger ones. Moreover, financial fraud remains a problem for attorneys who might be the victim of it themselves or need to counsel clients with respect to enforcement of an instrument. Not only is this a practice issue, but holders are covered in Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code, which is tested by a number of states on the bar examination. Holders, particularly when coupled with holders in due course doctrine, are favorites on the bar exam. At the conclusion of this podcast, you should be able to (1) describe what a holder is; (2) describe how a person becomes a holder and why it is important.
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