In this volume two of banking and insurance law, the following have been deliberated: contracts of purchases and sale, ownership, delivery and risk, methods of delivery, passing of risk, different types of sales, delivery of defective goods, patent and latent defects, warranty against eviction, purchaser's remedies, special remedies, duties of the buyer and seller, code of banking practice, information available to customers, account operations, protection, negotiable instruments, bills of exchange, cheques, promissory notes, parties to the bill of exchange, banker-customer relationship, revocation, of banking authority, forgery of signature, the crossing of cheques,who is the true owner of the cheque, lease, valid lease, duties of the lessor, duties of the lessee, termination of the lease, agency, partnership, kinds of partnerships, insurance, definition of insurance, parties to the insurance contract, the beneficiary, formalities of the insurance contract, insurable interest, duties of disclosure, warranties, incontestability of clauses, subrogation, and many others.
JOHN, CHIBAYA MBUYA PhD.
Professor Mbuya is an academic, author, corporate banker, risk specialist, accountant, strategist, turnaround specialist, women and child activist, drug and substance activist, HIV/AIDS activist, and a leadership student. He holds a British MBA and a PhD in Banking. He has written over 30 books and 50 articles, supervised over 150 MBAs.