The welter of conflicting decisions, banking practices and local customs has given rise to legislation dealing with the subject, both actual and contemplated. In 1931 West Virginia enacted the Bank Collection Code (hereinafter called the "Code"), sponsored by the American Bankers' Association. The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws has also prepared a more comprehensive act dealing with the subject (hereinafter called the "Uniform Act"). It is the purpose of this article to discuss some of the problems attempted to be solved by such legislation.
Robert T. Donley,
Some Problems in the Collection of Checks,
W. Va. L. Rev.
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