Philippine National Bank v. Maza and Mecenas [G.R. No. L-24224. November 3, 1925]

30 Jul


Appellants claim that they executed a promissory note sent to them in blank by a certain Enrique Echaus, which they neither did negotiate nor have received the value thereof.



Whether or not appellants are liable as accommodation parties.



YES. As accommodation parties, the defendants having signed the instruments without receiving value therefor and for the purpose of lending their names to some other person, are still liable on the instruments. The law now is that the accommodation party can claim no benefit as such, but he is liable according to the face of his undertaking, the same as if he were himself financially interested in the transaction.


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