| Commentary

15 Absolute bills

| Commentary

15 Absolute bills

In the case of an absolute bill the transfer may be effected by way of assignment or mortgage. The grantor of the bill will not normally be a party to the transfer, since he generally will not retain any interest in the goods at law or in equity.

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