negotiable instrument

  1. an unconditional order or promise to pay an amount of money
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How To Use negotiable instrument In A Sentence

  • Provided that this section shall not affect any general rule of law relating to the execution of deeds or negotiable instruments.
  • Restriction and protection is a contradiction which should be settled in Negotiable Instruments Law of the Rights of Recourse of the Bill.
  • The consignment note is not a negotiable instrument, nor is it a document of title.
  • This is because English law treats both share certificates to bearer and bearer debt securities as negotiable instruments.
  • Later we see that the hallmark of negotiable instruments - documentary intangibles - is their ready transferability.
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