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Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 1

Mohan drew a bill on Shyam for Rs. 50,000 for 3 months. Proceeds are to be shared equally. Mohan got the bill discounted @ 12% p.a. and remits required proceeds to Shyam. The amount of such remittance will be:

Detailed Solution for Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 1

50000 × 12% ×3/12=1500=50000-1500 =48500(All partners equally)=48500/2 =24250.

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 2

On 1st January 2006, Vimal sold goods worth Rs. 20,000 to Renu and drew a bill on Renu for 3 months. Renu accepted the bill and returned it to Vimal who discounted the bill with, bank on 4th February 2006 @ 15% p.a. The discounting charges will be:

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 3

A bill of exchange includes. 

Detailed Solution for Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 3

A bill of exchange often includes three parties—the drawee is the party that pays the sum, the payee receives that sum, and the drawer is the one that obliges the drawee to pay the payee. A bill of exchange is used in international trade to help importers and exporters fulfill transactions.

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 4

On 1.8.05 X draws a bill Y “for 30 days after sight”. The date of acceptance is 8.8.05. The due date of the bill will be: 

Detailed Solution for Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 4

The correct option is Option B.

On 1st August 2005, X draws a bill Y “for 30 days after sight”. The date of acceptance is 8th August, 2005. So, the due date of the bill will be 10.9.05

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 5

A bill of Rs. 12,500 drawn by Shyam is accepted by Ram & Shyam gets its discounted @ 12% p.a. due 3 months hence. The discounting charges borne by Shyam is : 

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 6

Dishonour of a bill is recorded in 

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 7

 The purpose of Accommodation bill is 

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 8

If due date of a bill is a public holiday then its due date will : 

Detailed Solution for Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 8

If due date falls on a public holiday, the due date is preceding business day and if proceeding day also a public holiday, the due date will be preceding the previous day. For example, the due date of a bill is August 15, which is a public holiday; the preceding day is August 14.

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 9

A draws a bill of Rs. 50,000 and B accepts it. After this, B becomes insolvent and only 40 paisa in a rupee could be recovered. What is the amount that can be recovered?

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 10

The Noting changes levied on dishonour of an endorsed bill by the Notary Public are to be born by: 

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 11

On 1stApril, A sold goods worth Rs. 10,000 to B. B drew a bill for 3 months. A discounted the bill from the bank at 15% p.a. then the amount received on account of bill will be:

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 12

On 1.1.2005 X draws a bill on Y for Rs. 30,000 for 3 months. At maturity Y requests X to accept Rs. 10,000 in cash and for balance to draw a fresh bill for 2 months together with 12% p.a. interest, amount of interest will be:

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 13

Bill receivable endorsed are debited to: 

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 14

 A draws a bill on B for Rs. 50,000 for 3 months. At maturity, the bill returned dishonoured noting charges Rs. 500. 40 paise in a rupee is recovered from B’s estate. The amount of deficiency to recoded on insolvency in books of B will be:

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 15

How long is the period of days of grace in cash of a bill: 

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 16

A bill of 12,000 was discounted by A with the banker for 11,880. At maturity, the bill returned dishonoured, noting charges Rs.20. How much amount will the bank deduct from A’s bank balance at the time of such dishonour?

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 17

“Bills payable discounted in cash by Creditor” will be shown in 

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 18

A’ draws a bill on ‘B’, but ‘B’ did not accept the same. Which of the following journal entry should be passed in the books of ‘A’. 

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 19

When full amount is due on any call but it is not received, then the shortfall is debited to -

Detailed Solution for Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 19

When a shareholder fails to pay any amount due on the calls on the due date, this amount is transferred to calls in arrear account.

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 20

On 1.8.05 X draw a bill on Y “ for 30 days after sight”. The date of acceptance is 8.8.05. The maturity date of the bill will be:

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 21

On 1.1.05 X draws a bill Y for Rs. 10,000. At maturity Y request X to renew the bill for 2 months at 12% p.a. interest. Amount of interest will be:

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 22

 X sold goods to Y for Rs. 1,00,000. Y paid cash Rs. 30,000. X will grant 2% discount on balance, and Y request X to draw a bill for balance, the amount of bill will be:

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 23

Kumar draws a bill on Rajat for Rs. 50,000 for mutual accommodation in the ratio of 3:2. Rajat accepted the bill. Kumar got it discounted for Rs. 47,500. How much money should Kumar remit to Rajat?

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 24

 If a machine is purchased for Rs. 5,00,000 on 1st April, 2002 on hire-purchase basis. What is the average due date, if amount is repaid in 5 yearly annual instalments starting from 1thApril, 2003

Detailed Solution for Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 24

Average in the sense 1.4.03-1.4.07
and 1.4.05 is the average of that.
 

If u give 1.4.03 as and so on 1.4.07

as (1+2+3+4+5)/5 = 3

and 3 years is 1.4.05

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 25

On 15.8.05 X draws a bill on Y for 3 months for Rs. 20,000. 18th Nov was a sudden holiday, maturity date of the bill will be:

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 26

 In case of sudden holiday, maturity date falls on :

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 27

 “Liability on account of bills discounted with Bank” will be treated as:

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 28

 Which of the following statements is not true?

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 29

Mr. A draws a bill on Mr. Y for Rs. 30,000 on 1.1.06 for 3 months. on 4.2.06. X got the bill discounted at 12% rate. The amount of discount will be:

Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 30

X draws a bill on Y for Rs. 30,000 on 1.1.05. X accepts the same on 4.1.05. Period of the bill 3 months after date. What will be the due date of the bill:

Detailed Solution for Test: Bills Of Exchange And Promissory - 1 - Question 30

Correct Answer :- a

3 months from 1.1.2019 ends on 31st March 2019+3 grace days; hence date of maturity 3.4.2019 (When period of bill is stated in months, calculation will be in months ignoring the days in months).

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