Tannan's Banking Law and Practice in India

Publisher: LexisNexis India

Tannan's Banking Law and Practice in India is a classic legal Treatise and most comprehensive, authentic, authoritative, widely acclaimed,appreciated, recognised and recommended masterwork on the Banking Law and Practice in India.

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Publisher: LexisNexis India

Tannan's Banking Law and Practice in India is a classic legal Treatise and most comprehensive, authentic, authoritative, widely acclaimed,appreciated, recognised and recommended masterwork on the Banking Law and Practice in India since decades, to be precise since 84 years of thefirst edition of this most prestigious book in 1926.

Tannan's Banking is undoubtedly one of the best in the Banking Law field. Every edition of this book has sold like proverbial hot cakes, pointingclearly to its scholastic wealth on the subject, its deft handling by the authors its usefulness, utility and eventually the popularity of the book in the field.

Tannan's Banking in its every edition is eagerly awaited and widely welcomed by the people in the Banking Law field. Present edition is nowreleased with the pride and glory of the previous editions. It is a unique and authentic publication of its kind, authored by a renowned personality, having tremendous knowledge and authority over the subject. New edition is completely revised and updated. The present Revised and Enlarged edition contains 76 Chapters covering entire spectrum of Banking Law and Practice. It contains most upto-date Statute Laws, Case Laws and RBI Master Circulars, Guidelines and Directions and other related matters annotated under appropriate discussions.

Tannan's Banking has always been prescribed and recommended by Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBF), Promotion Tests, Internal andother Exams and is cited and quoted by Hon?ble Supreme Court, High Courts and Tribunals in various judgments.

This most authoritative Treatise is an indispensable guide and reference work for the Banks and Financial Institutions (FIs), Legal Officers, BankingExperts, Branch Managers, Bankers for Promotion Tests, Internal exams, exams conducted by the Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBS), other Universities and Management Institutes, Staff Training Colleges, Law Colleges, Commerce Colleges, Professors of Banking, Academicians, CharteredAccountants, Practitioners, Advocates, Lawyers, Hon?ble Courts, Judges, Bench and the Bar.

Table of contents

Ttle Page iii
Preface to the twenty-third edition v
Foreword to the fourth edition xi
Preface to the twenty-first edition xiii
Preface to the eighteenth xv
Preface to the thirteenth edition xvi
Preface to the eleventh edition xvii
Preface to the tenth edition xviii
Preface to the ninth edition xix
Preface to the first edition xx
Arrangement of Subject xxvii
Table of Cases lxv
Abbreviations cxlix
Events in the Banking History clxvii
CHAP. 1 INTRODUCTORY 1
CHAP. 2 THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, 1881 18
CHAP. 3 THE BANKERS? BOOKS EVIDENCE ACT, 1891 22
CHAP. 4 FUNCTIONS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS 30
CHAP. 5 BANKING SYSTEM AND BANKS IN INDIA 37
CHAP. 6 FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA 94
CHAP. 7 GLOBAL BANKING INSTITUTIONS 181
CHAP. 8 THE BANKING REGULATION ACT, 1949 190
xxiv General Contents
CHAP. 9 CO-OPERATIVE BANKS AND BANKING REGULATION ACT,1949 272
CHAP. 10 NATIONALISATION OF BANKS 304
CHAP. 11 RESERVE BANK OF INDIA AND ITS ROLE 331
CHAP. 12 RBI?S MONETARY AND CREDIT POLICY 2010-11 370
CHAP. 13 CASH RESERVE RATIO (CRR) AND STATUTORY LIQUIDITY RATIO (SLR) IN BANKS 391
CHAP. 14 BANKING ORGANISATIONS AND BANKS 414
CHAP. 15 PRIVATE BANKS AND FOREIGN BANKS 424
CHAP. 16 DIRECTORS AND MANAGERS OF BANKS 442
CHAP. 17 ACCOUNTS AND BALANCE SHEET OF BANKS 468
CHAP. 18 BASEL II, CRAR AND RBI PRUDENTIAL NORMS ON NEW CAPITAL ADEQUACY FRAMEWORK (NCAF) 526
CHAP. 19 PRUDENTIAL NORMS ON INCOME RECOGNITION, ASSET CLASSIFICATION/NPAS AND PROVISIONING PERTAINING TO ADVANCES 557
CHAP. 20 BANK AUDIT AND INSPECTION 590
CHAP. 21 BANKER AND CUSTOMER 617
CHAP. 22 BANKERS AS BORROWERS, DEPOSITS AND OPENING OF CUST-OMERS ACCOUNTS 668
CHAP. 23 CUSTOMER SERVICE IN BANKS 725
CHAP. 24 BANKING OPERATIONS & NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ... 761
CHAP. 25 CHEQUES 769
CHAP. 26 PAYMENT OF CUSTOMER?S CHEQUES 817
CHAP. 27 DISHONOUR OF CHEQUES 866
CHAP. 28 APPROPRIATION OF PAYMENTS AND RULE IN CLAYTON?S CASE 970
CHAP. 29 BANKER?S LIEN AND SET-OFF 975
CHAP. 30 INTERFERENCE BY THIRD PARTIES?INJUNCTIONS, GARNISHEE OR ATTACHMENT ORDERS & DECREES 989
CHAP. 31 COLLECTING BANKER AND CUSTOMER?S ACCOUNT........ 1040
CHAP. 32 EMPLOYMENT OF FUNDS AND ADVANCES 1104
CHAP. 33 RECALL OR RECOVERY OF ADVANCES, SUIT FOR RECOVERY AND LAW OF LIMITATION.............................. 1170
General Contents xxv CHAP. 34 LOANS AND ADVANCES?STATUTORY AND OTHER RESTRICTIONS.................. 1190
CHAP. 35 INTEREST RATES ON ADVANCES...................................... 1214
CHAP. 36 PAYMENT OF PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST........................... 1224
CHAP. 37 COMPANIES AND CORPORATE BORROWERS & CONSORTIUM ADVANCES BY BANKS ............................... 1247 CHAP. 38 BANK AND PARTNERSHIP ACCOUNTS .............................. 1268
CHAP. 39 ADVANCES OR LENDING TO PRIORITY SECTORS AND SOCIAL BANKING............................................................. 1301
CHAP. 40 FINANCIAL INCLUSION & LENDING TO MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSMES) ............................ 1336
CHAP. 41 EXPOSURE NORMS FOR ADVANCES BY BANKS................. 1355
CHAP. 42 ADVANCES AGAINST COLLATERAL SECURITIES............... 1371
CHAP. 43 ADVANCES AGAINST GOODS AND DOCUMENTS OF TITLE TO GOODS........................................................................ 1413
CHAP. 44 MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES .......................................... 1437
CHAP. 45 LIST OF PLACES WHERE EQUITABLE MORTGAGE BY DEPOSIT OF TITLE DEEDS CAN BE CREATED .................... 1476
CHAP. 46 GUARANTEES AS SECURITY FOR BANKER?S ADVANCES AND POSITION OF GUARANTOR OR SURETY..................... 1508
CHAP. 47 BANK GUARANTEES AND LETTERS OF CREDIT ................ 1540
CHAP. 48 FINANCING OF EXPORTS .................................................. 1582
CHAP. 49 FOREIGN EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT ACT, 1999 AND FEMA RULES & REGULATIONS ...................................... 1620
CHAP. 50 HIRE-PURCHASE, LEASE FINANCING & FACTORING SERVICES BY BANKS........................................................ 1641
CHAP. 51 CONSUMER LOANS, PERSONAL LOANS AND CREDIT CARD LOANS ................................................................... 1663
CHAP. 52 WILFUL DEFAULTERS OF BANKS AND FIS ....................... 1677
CHAP. 53 BANKER AND BORROWER RELATIONSHIP........................ 1683
CHAP. 54 DOCUMENTATION AND STAMP-DUTY.............................. 1691
CHAP. 55 MODEL FORMS ................................................................ 1704
CHAP. 56 SUBSIDIARY, SPECIAL AND PARA-BANKING SERVICES BY BANKS ............................................................................. 1745
CHAP. 57 BCSBI & IBA CODES OF BANK?S COMMITMENT TO CUSTOMERS AND BANKING PRACTICES ........................... 1799
xxvi General Contents CHAP. 58 OPERATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND NEGLIGENCE........ 1821
CHAP. 59 FRAUDS, FORGERIES, EMBEZZLEMENT AND VIGILANCE IN BANKS......................................................................... 1832
CHAP. 60 THE BANKING OMBUDSMAN SCHEME, 2006 ................... 1867
CHAP. 61 BANKING SERVICES AND THE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT, 1986
....................................................................... 1882
CHAP. 62 RECOVERY OF DEBTS DUE TO BANKS.............................. 1915
CHAP. 63 SECURITISATION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF FINANCIAL ASSETS ?THE SARFAESI ACT, 2002 ........................... 2012
CHAP. 64 INDUSTRIAL SICKNESS & SICK COMPANIES..................... 2074
CHAP. 65 BANKERS? ADVANCES TO INSOLVENTS ........................... 2095
CHAP. 66 CHORE COMMITTEE AND TANDON COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS ON LENDING SYSTEM ..................... 2103
CHAP. 67 NAIK COMMITTEE REPORT ON ADEQUACY OF INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT TO SSI SECTOR .......................... 2162
CHAP. 68 KHUSRO COMMITTEE REPORT ON REVIEW OF AGRICULTURAL CREDIT SYSTEM IN INDIA....................... 2174
CHAP. 69 SHETTY COMMITTEE REPORT ON LENDING UNDER CONSORTIUM ARRANGEMENT ......................................... 2183
CHAP. 70 SHERE COMMITTEE REPORT ON ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER & ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS ............................ 2188
CHAP. 71 NARASIMHAM COMMITTEE (I & II) ON FINANCIAL SYSTEM AND BANKING SECTOR REFORMS ...................... 2201
CHAP. 72 MARATHE COMMITTEE REPORT ON LICENSING OF NEW URBAN CO-OPERATIVE BANKS (UCBS) .......................... 2248
CHAP. 73 HIGH POWER (MADHAVA RAO) COMMITTEE ON URBAN CO-OPERATIVE BANKS (UCBS) ...................................... 2254
CHAP. 74 REPORT OF WORKING GROUP (M. S. VERMA) ON RESTRUCTURING WEAK PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS............. 2259
CHAP. 75 IMPORTANT & FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS) ON BANKING LAW AND PRACTICE................................... 2272
CHAP. 76 GLOSSARY OR DICTIONARY OF BANKING TERMINOLOGY, WORDS AND PHRASES ..................................................... 2307
SUBJECT INDEX ................................................................................ 2327