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Recovery of Bank Dues through Debt Recovery Tribunals 30. (v) Term of office of directors (vi) Local Board of State Bank (vii) Establishment of new local head office (viii) Nomination to the post of President and Vice-President of Local Board (ix) Term of office of members of Local Board (x) Powers of the Local Board (xi) Local Committees (xii) Disqualifications for director-ship of Central Board or membership of Local Board or Committees (xiii) Restrictions on directorship of Central Board etc. (xv) Casual vacancies in the Central Board, Local Board or Committee (xvi) Remuneration of directors (xvii) Powers and Remuneration of Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Managing Director (xviii) Meetings of the Central Board of State Bank (xix) Interested director to disclose his interest in the meeting (xx) Meeting of the Board may be presided by director, in the absence of Chairman or Vice Chairman (xxi) Meeting of Local Boards (xxii) Interested member to disclose his interest in the meeting (xxiii) Business which may be transacted by State Bank of India (xxiv) Employees of the acquired banking institution (xxv) Central Government may appoint a person to take over the business of banking institution (xxvi) Central Government to order dissolution of banking institution (xxvii) Integration and Development Fund (i) Shareholding of the subsidiary banks (ii) Restrictions on share-holdings of subsidiary bank of State Bank (iii) Management of subsidiary banks (iv) Composition of the Board of Directors of subsidiary bank (v) Term of Office of directors (vi) Disqualification for directorship (vii) Restrictions on directorship of Subsidiary Bank (viii) Vacation of Office of directors etc. Chairman and certain directors not to be required to hold qualification shares 18.
Agreement should be made by the free consent of the parties 25.
Enforcement of contracts contingent on an event not happening 46. Negotiable Instruments payable to two or more payees jointly 12.
Enforcement of contract contingent on an event happening 45. Quasi contracts (i) Necessaries supplied to a person incapable of contracting (ii) Reimbursement of persons paying money due by another in payment of which he is interested (iii) Obligation of persons enjoying benefit of non-gratuitous act (iv) Responsibility of finder of goods (v) Liability of person to whom money is paid, or thing delivered by mistake or under coercion (i) Debtor-Creditor relationship (ii) The relationship of Trustee and Cestui Que Trust (iii) The relationship of Principal and Agent (iv) The relationship of bailor and bailee (v) Bailor or Bailee Relation between Bank and godown keeper (vi) Banker's general lien to retain the goods (a) Money/securities deposited by customer for specific purposes (b) Articles kept for safe custody (c) Securities left inadvertently with the banker (d) Debts not matured (e) If the securities are not owned by the customer (a) To get statutory protection under Section 131, Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (b) To protect against fraud (c) To recover the inadvertent overdraft to customer (d) To provide opinion about the customer to other bankers Opening of account by local bodies (x) Company Liquidators (xi) Statutory corporations (xii) Government Departments (a) Receipts from the public (b) Payments to the public or officers of the department (i) Transferability (ii) Property in negotiable instrument passes by delivery, or by endorsement and delivery of instrument (iii) Transferee of negotiable instrument gets title free from defects of the transferors title (iv) Any party liable to the instrument can sue or be sued in his own name (v) Passing of consideration is presumed 3. Liability of Legal Representative signing an instrument 5. Negotiable Instrument expressed to the order of specified person and not to him or his order is payable to him or his order 11. Essentials of a Promissory Note (i) The instrument must be in writing (ii) The instrument should contain a promise to pay and the promise must be express (iii) The undertaking to pay must be unconditional (iv) The promissory note should be signed by the maker (v) The maker or the person signing must be a certain person (vi) The promise should be to pay a certain sum (vii) The amount payable should be in money and money only (viii) The payee should be certain (ix) A bank note or a currency note is not a promissory note (x) Payment endorsement on a promissory note (i) Bill must be in writing (ii) Bill must contain an order to pay (iii) Order to pay must be unconditional (iv) Bill must be signed by the drawer (v) Drawee must be certain (vi) Sum payable must be certain (vii) Bill must contain an order to pay money and money only (viii) Payee must be certain person 23.
Special provisions to make calls on contributories 84. Power of High Court to enforce schemes of arrangements etc. Public examination of directors and auditors etc., in respect of a banking company under schemes of arrangements 91. Reserve Bank to tender advice in winding up proceedings 95. Enforcement of orders and decisions of High Court 99. Notice of claims of other persons regarding articles not receivable 109. Notice of claims of other persons regarding safety lockers not receivable 111.
Special provisions for assessing damages against delinquent directors etc. Duty of directors and officers of banking company to assist in the realisation of property. Special provisions for punishing offences in relation to banking companies being wound up 89. Chief Presidency Magistrate and District Magistrate to assist official liquidator in taking charge of property of banking company being wound up 98. shall be construed as including references to past directors etc. Part II not to apply to banking companies being wound up 102. Power of Central Government to make rules for the preservation of records 104. Nomination for return of articles kept in safe custody with banking company 108. to be public servants, for the purpose of Chapter IX of the Indian Penal Code 113.