TANNAN’S BANKING LAW AND PRACTICE IN INDIA- is a classic legal Treatise and most comprehensive, authentic, authoritative, widely acclaimed,appreciated, recognised and recommended masterwork on the Banking Law and Practice in India since decades, to be precise since 84 years of thefirst edition of this most prestigious book in 1926.
TANNAN’S BANKING is undoubtedly one of the best in the Banking Law field. Every edition of this book has sold like proverbial hot cakes, pointingclearly to its scholastic wealth on the subject, its deft handling by the authors its usefulness, utility and eventually the popularity of the book in the field.
TANNAN’S BANKING in its every edition is eagerly awaited and widely welcomed by the people in the Banking Law field. Present edition is nowreleased with the pride and glory of the previous editions. It is a unique and authentic publication of its kind, authored by a renowned personality, having tremendous knowledge and authority over the subject. New edition is completely revised and updated. The present Revised and Enlarged edition contains 76 Chapters covering entire spectrum of Banking Law and Practice. It contains most upto-date Statute Laws, Case Laws and RBI Master Circulars, Guidelines and Directions and other related matters annotated under appropriate discussions.
TANNAN’S BANKING has always been prescribed and recommended by Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBF), Promotion Tests, Internal andother Exams and is cited and quoted by Hon’ble Supreme Court, High Courts and Tribunals in various judgments.
This most authoritative Treatise is an indispensable guide and reference work for the Banks and Financial Institutions (FIs), Legal Officers, BankingExperts, Branch Managers, Bankers for Promotion Tests, Internal exams, exams conducted by the Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBS), other Universities and Management Institutes, Staff Training Colleges, Law Colleges, Commerce Colleges, Professors of Banking, Academicians, Chartered Accountants, Practitioners, Advocates, Lawyers, Hon’ble Courts, Judges, Bench and the Bar.