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THARUN KUMAR EKAMBARAM

THARUN KUMAR EKAMBARAM

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13-Aug-20 00:15

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Boe

In boe drawer B/R can be transferred to endorsee Like that only the drawee can transferred his B/P to any person from where he want to receive the money from? So by this way in the Bill's of exchange there can be four parties know not only three

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Lavanya Chitturi

Lavanya Chitturi

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13-Aug-20 14:06

There are only three parties to BOE. Drawee is the person directed to pay the money by the drawer (i.e., who issues a bill of exchange payable to payee). Ex: The bank that cashes your check is the drawee, your employer who wrote the check is the drawer, and you are the payee. In endorsement - If the endorser adds a direction to pay the amount mentioned in the instrument to, or to the order of, a specified person, the person so specified is called the â??endorseeâ??. Endorser is the person, either the drawer or holder.

THARUN KUMAR EKAMBARAM

THARUN KUMAR EKAMBARAM

CA Foundation

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13-Aug-20 14:06

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VIJAYA SARADHI MAGANTI

VIJAYA SARADHI MAGANTI

CA Foundation

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25-Aug-20 15:40

If A draws a bill on B for Rs 5000 so that on the due date of the bill A can present the bill to B and encash 5000 Here in this case Drawer is A( who drawn the bill). Drawer is B who accepted the bill. Payee(beneficiary) is A( as he receives the payment finally) If A endorses the bill to C(creditor for A) for the amount payable to C. Then the Drawer is A( drawer of bill doesn't change). Drawer is B (acceptor of bill does not change). Payee is C ( beneficiary) receiver of Rs 5000. Here payee is also called holder of the bill. Finally there are only 3 parties.