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demand note :: legal definition

Demand note - n. a promissory note which is payable any time the holder of the note makes a request. This is different from a note due at a specific time, upon occurrence of an event, or by installments.

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acceleration clause :: n. a provision in a contract or promissory note th ... . See also: acceleration assumption
discount :: n. the payment of less than the full amount due on ... now-the difference is the discount.
holder :: n. a general term for anyone in possession of prop ... older in due course promissory note
make :: v. 1) to create something. 2) to sign a check, pro ... xchange check maker promissory note
maker :: n. 1) the person who signs a check or promissory n ... : check payee payor promissory note
maturity :: n. 1) the date when the payment of the principal a ... exchange legal age promissory note
note :: n. a promissory note, a written statement of debt ... the note. See also: promissory note
presentment :: n. 1) making a demand for payment of a promissory ... ee also: Grand Jury promissory note
promissory note :: n. a written promise by a person (variously called ... lso: interest obligee obligor usury

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