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What is the difference between holder for value and holder in due course?

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A holder cannot sue all the prior parties whereas a holder in due course, has the right to sue all the prior parties for payment. A holder may or may not have obtained the instrument in good faith. On the other hand, the holder in due course must be a bonafide possessor of the negotiable instrument.
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