The fact that there was only one reported Tennessee decision during the survey period for 1958, none in 1959 and again only one for 1960, is a high tribute to the settled condition of the law of negotiable instruments, and the knowledge and wisdom of the lawyers of that state. When the law on any subject is settled and known men can make their contracts and engage in their transactions with security; uncertainty breeds doubt, confusion, strife, litigation and loss.
Bills and Notes -- 1960 Tennessee Surveys,
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