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Excerpt from Park's Banking Law of Georgia: As Amended 1920 With the Trust Company and State Depository Acts, Annotated; Digest of Decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia on Banks and Banking; Opinions of the General Counsel of the Georgia Banker's Association, 1910-1920

Having been intimately connected as General Counsel of the Georgia Bankers' Association with the efforts which finally culminated in the passage of the Banking Act of 1919, I was requested shortly after the passage of the Act to prepare an annotated and indexed copy, noting particularly the changes in the law and the sources from which the various sections were derived.

I determined to broaden somewhat the scope of the work and to include the Trust Company Act with its several amendments, the law creating and regulating State depositories, and a few other statutes relating to banks. As comparatively few of the sections of the new Act had received judicial construction, it seemed best to make a separate digest of the decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia on banks and banking. This digest is little more than a rearrangement of the notes in Park's Annotated Code of Georgia, particularly the General Note on Banks and Banking.

I had prepared for publication, at the instance of the Georgia Bankers' Association, the manuscript for a small volume of opinions given to members of the Association on questions of banking law, negotiable instruments and kindred topics. Having decided to annotate the banking law and to prepare the digest of decisions, it was thought best to include in the one volume the banking opinions, so that the bankers and bank attorneys of Georgia, for whose benefit primarily the work was undertaken, should have in one volume the banking law of Georgia with a sort of textbook on the general subject.

Unexpected delays in the completion of the manuscript and the printing of the book delayed its completion until shortly before the 1920 session of the General Assembly. A bill having been introduced early in the session at the instance of the Legislative Committee of the Georgia Bankers' Association to amend the Banking Act in a number of particulars, it was deemed wise to delay the publication until the fate of these amendments could be determined and to incorporate in the book such changes and amendments as might be adopted. This has been done.Having been intimately connected as General Counsel of the Georgia Bankers' Association with the efforts which finally culminated in the passage of the Banking Act of 1919, I was requested shortly after the passage of the Act to prepare an annotated and indexed copy, noting particularly the changes in the law and the sources from which the various sections were derived.

I determined to broaden somewhat the scope of the work and to include the Trust Company Act with its several amendments, the law creating and regulating State depositories, and a few other statutes relating to banks. As comparatively few of the sections of the new Act had received judicial construction, it seemed best to make a separate digest of the decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia on banks and banking. This digest is little more than a rearrangement of the notes in Park's Annotated Code of Georgia, particularly the General Note on Banks and Banking.

I had prepared for publication, at the instance of the Georgia Bankers' Association, the manuscript for a small volume of opinions given to members of the Association on questions of banking law, negotiable instruments and kindred topics. Having decided to annotate the banking law and to prepare the digest of decisions, it was thought best to include in the one volume the banking opinions, so that the bankers and bank attorneys of Georgia, for whose benefit primarily the work was undertaken, should have in one volume the banking law of Georgia with a sort of textbook on the g

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Description du livre Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. État : New. annotated edition. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Park s Banking Law of Georgia: As Amended 1920 With the Trust Company and State Depository Acts, Annotated; Digest of Decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia on Banks and Banking; Opinions of the General Counsel of the Georgia Banker s Association, 1910-1920 Having been intimately connected as General Counsel of the Georgia Bankers Association with the efforts which finally culminated in the passage of the Banking Act of 1919, I was requested shortly after the passage of the Act to prepare an annotated and indexed copy, noting particularly the changes in the law and the sources from which the various sections were derived. I determined to broaden somewhat the scope of the work and to include the Trust Company Act with its several amendments, the law creating and regulating State depositories, and a few other statutes relating to banks. As comparatively few of the sections of the new Act had received judicial construction, it seemed best to make a separate digest of the decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia on banks and banking. This digest is little more than a rearrangement of the notes in Park s Annotated Code of Georgia, particularly the General Note on Banks and Banking. I had prepared for publication, at the instance of the Georgia Bankers Association, the manuscript for a small volume of opinions given to members of the Association on questions of banking law, negotiable instruments and kindred topics. Having decided to annotate the banking law and to prepare the digest of decisions, it was thought best to include in the one volume the banking opinions, so that the bankers and bank attorneys of Georgia, for whose benefit primarily the work was undertaken, should have in one volume the banking law of Georgia with a sort of textbook on the general subject. Unexpected delays in the completion of the manuscript and the printing of the book delayed its completion until shortly before the 1920 session of the General Assembly. A bill having been introduced early in the session at the instance of the Legislative Committee of the Georgia Bankers Association to amend the Banking Act in a number of particulars, it was deemed wise to delay the publication until the fate of these amendments could be determined and to incorporate in the book such changes and amendments as might be adopted. This has been done.Having been intimately connected as General Counsel of the Georgia Bankers Association with the efforts which finally culminated in the passage of the Banking Act of 1919, I was requested shortly after the passage of the Act to prepare an annotated and indexed copy, noting particularly the changes in the law and the sources from which the various sections were derived. I determined to broaden somewhat the scope of the work and to include the Trust Company Act with its several amendments, the law creating and regulating State depositories, and a few other statutes relating to banks. As comparatively few of the sections of the new Act had received judicial construction, it seemed best to make a separate digest of the decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia on banks and banking. This digest is little more than a rearrangement of the notes in Park s Annotated Code of Georgia, particularly the General Note on Banks and Banking. I had prepared for publication, at the instance of the Georgia Bankers Association, the manuscript for a small volume of opinions given to members of the Association on questions of banking law, negotiable instruments and kindred topics. Having decided to annotate the banking law and to prepare the digest of decisions, it was thought best to include in the one volume the banking opinions, so that the bankers and bank attorneys of Georgia, for whose benefit primarily the work was undertaken, should have in one volume the banking law of Georgia with a sort of textbook o. N° de réf. du libraire AAV9781331160908

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Description du livre Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. État : New. annotated edition. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Park s Banking Law of Georgia: As Amended 1920 With the Trust Company and State Depository Acts, Annotated; Digest of Decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia on Banks and Banking; Opinions of the General Counsel of the Georgia Banker s Association, 1910-1920 Having been intimately connected as General Counsel of the Georgia Bankers Association with the efforts which finally culminated in the passage of the Banking Act of 1919, I was requested shortly after the passage of the Act to prepare an annotated and indexed copy, noting particularly the changes in the law and the sources from which the various sections were derived. I determined to broaden somewhat the scope of the work and to include the Trust Company Act with its several amendments, the law creating and regulating State depositories, and a few other statutes relating to banks. As comparatively few of the sections of the new Act had received judicial construction, it seemed best to make a separate digest of the decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia on banks and banking. This digest is little more than a rearrangement of the notes in Park s Annotated Code of Georgia, particularly the General Note on Banks and Banking. I had prepared for publication, at the instance of the Georgia Bankers Association, the manuscript for a small volume of opinions given to members of the Association on questions of banking law, negotiable instruments and kindred topics. Having decided to annotate the banking law and to prepare the digest of decisions, it was thought best to include in the one volume the banking opinions, so that the bankers and bank attorneys of Georgia, for whose benefit primarily the work was undertaken, should have in one volume the banking law of Georgia with a sort of textbook on the general subject. Unexpected delays in the completion of the manuscript and the printing of the book delayed its completion until shortly before the 1920 session of the General Assembly. A bill having been introduced early in the session at the instance of the Legislative Committee of the Georgia Bankers Association to amend the Banking Act in a number of particulars, it was deemed wise to delay the publication until the fate of these amendments could be determined and to incorporate in the book such changes and amendments as might be adopted. This has been done.Having been intimately connected as General Counsel of the Georgia Bankers Association with the efforts which finally culminated in the passage of the Banking Act of 1919, I was requested shortly after the passage of the Act to prepare an annotated and indexed copy, noting particularly the changes in the law and the sources from which the various sections were derived. I determined to broaden somewhat the scope of the work and to include the Trust Company Act with its several amendments, the law creating and regulating State depositories, and a few other statutes relating to banks. As comparatively few of the sections of the new Act had received judicial construction, it seemed best to make a separate digest of the decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia on banks and banking. This digest is little more than a rearrangement of the notes in Park s Annotated Code of Georgia, particularly the General Note on Banks and Banking. I had prepared for publication, at the instance of the Georgia Bankers Association, the manuscript for a small volume of opinions given to members of the Association on questions of banking law, negotiable instruments and kindred topics. Having decided to annotate the banking law and to prepare the digest of decisions, it was thought best to include in the one volume the banking opinions, so that the bankers and bank attorneys of Georgia, for whose benefit primarily the work was undertaken, should have in one volume the banking law of Georgia with a sort of textbook. N° de réf. du libraire AAV9781331160908

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