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January 05, 2015 DOWNLOAD PDF

Québec Court of Appeal Imposes on Banks Duty to Third Parties When Banks Aware of Fraud

The National Banking Law Review

John Polyzogopoulos and Varoujan Arman’s article, “Québec Court of Appeal Imposes on Banks Duty to Third Parties When Banks Aware of Fraud*,” appeared in the December issue of The National Banking Law Review. In the article, Polyzogopoulos and Arman discuss a decision of the Québec Court of Appeal involving cheque kiting. The decision focuses on the duty of one bank to another when the first bank discovers fraudulent cheque kiting by its own customer.

*Reproduced with permission of the publisher LexisNexis Canada Inc. from National Banking Law Review, 33 Nt. B.L. Rev., December 2014.