I need to find a court case involving negotiable instruments.

Answer

First, define "negotiable instrument" in more concrete terms because it can be several specific things.

Negotiable Instrument 

A Commercial Papersuch as a check or promissory note, that contains the signature of the maker or drawer; an unconditional promise or order to pay a certain sum in cash that is payable either upon demand or at a specifically designated time to the order of a designated person or to its bearer.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
 
FastCase is a library database containing full-text court opinions, statutes, regulations, and other legal resources that is searchable. It can be accessed through the Rasmussen University Online Library.


FastCase defaults to a case law search for all jurisdictions.  Enter your search term in the text box at the top of the page and click "Search."

Fast Case Quick Caselaw Search

If you are interested in adding additional terms or would like to restrict your search to a specific jurisdiction, click on "Advanced Caselaw Search."
 
The Advanced Caselaw Search allows for three methods of searching; keyword, natural language, or legal citation. In addition, specific jurisdictions can be selected by clicking "Individual Jurisdiction" and selecting from the menu displayed at the bottom of the page.
 
Advanced Caselaw Search box
 
Cases retrieved are listed in relevance order.  Click on the title of the case in the results list to view the opinion in full text.
 
FastCase database Relevance ranking results
  • Last Updated Mar 26, 2024
  • Views 2541
  • Answered By Suzanne Schriefer, Librarian

FAQ Actions

Was this helpful? 0 3

Hello! We're here to help! Please log in to ask your question.

Log in
Ask Us!

Need an answer now? Search our FAQs!

How can I find my course textbook?

You can expect a prompt response, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Central Time (by the next business day on weekends and holidays).

Questions may be answered by a Librarian, Learning Services Coordinator, Instructor, or Tutor. 

Fields marked with * are required.