A sum of money set apart for the redemption of the debts of a corporation or government.
Able to pay one's liabilities.
A term applied to a sale of goods to be paid for on delivery, i. e., C. O. D.
Certificates issued by a corporation certifying that the person in whose name they are written and stand registered on the corporation books is entitled to share in the company's profits, to vote, etc.
A number of capitalists who unite together to dispose of a large loan, or to conduct some great financial enterprise.
A combination of manufacturers or dealers for the purpose of limiting production and advancing prices for their own benefit.
A term applied to a contract that is properly executed; that is, legal or binding.
Having no legal or binding force.
An increase in capitalization without a corresponding increase in assets.
Not liable as an indorse' if written over an indorser's signature op the back of commercial paper.
An agreement to become respons'ble, if certain facts do not turn out to be as represented.