You may use this appbook to supplement the current textbook you are using in trying to understand the Philippine Negotiable Instruments Law (Act No. 2031). The content follows how the law is organized, i.e., Three (3) Titles subdivided into Seventeen Chapters. The explanation, however, was purposely not made sequential but topical. For example, in the explanation regarding the requirement of signature (Section 1), we discussed the rules when signing in trade or assumed name (Section 18), signature by agent (Section 19-20), signature by procuration (Section 21), indorsement or signature by infant or corporation (Section 22), and forged signature (Section 23).
With this appbook, we are confident that it will be easier for you to understand the Negotiable Instruments Law, reputed to be one of the toughest to understand. This confidence is based on the following features of this appbook:
o With an embedded video introduction explaining the rationale of the law.
o Fully illustrated using comical characters designed to create visual images to help readers understand and retain what they have learned.
o Includes correlation of the Negotiable Instruments Law with other applicable laws to let readers understand the law beyond classroom discussion.
o Self-assessment examination in Multiple Choice Question format at the end of the book.
Download this app for FREE on your mobiles, iPad and Tablet. This free version contains the Preliminary Pages, the Introduction, as well as Chapters 1 and 2 of the book totaling 176 pages.
Some of the features you can do in this version are:
+ Pinch zoom the page
+ Swipe pages from right to left
+ Jump from page to page
+ Jump from one chapter to other chapter