Board of Inland Revenue v Haddock

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Under the Bills of Exchange Act 1882 a cheque must be ‘in writing.’ Usually such writing is on paper, but the words in their ordinary meaning do not so require: a lapidary inscription, for example, is plainly ‘in writing’.


Subjects: Law.

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