The written pledge of real estate or chattels to secure payment.
A term applying to commercial paper, that may be transferred by indorsement or simply by delivery.
The proceeds of a sale after all expenses are deducted.
An unsettled account.
Property bought or sold at the call or demand of the buyer or seller, as may be specified; a conditional contract.
Term applied to a debt or note which has run beyond the time when payment can be enforced by law.
To draw a greater sum than one has to his credit.
Nominal value; usually the printed or written value of any paper.
A formal declaration made by a notary public of the non-payment, non-acceptance of a note or a draft.
A person appointed to take charge of the affairs of a corporation on its dissolution, and to distribute its property according to law.
Money, property, or that which can be converted into property.
Extending the time of its payment by giving a new Note in exchange for it.