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North and South Wales Bank v Macbeth (1908) AC 137

This case considered the issue of forgery and whether or not a bank was liable for the payment of a cheque where the payee of the cheque did not receive the proceeds of the cheque and the cheque had been fraudulently procured and altered.

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North and South Wales Bank v Macbeth (1908) AC 137
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