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Note of hand   /noʊt əv hænd/   Listen
Note of hand

noun
1.
A promise to pay a specified amount on demand or at a certain time.  Synonyms: note, promissory note.






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"Note of hand" Quotes from Famous Books



... diminished luxury. Nor could even this be done without rigid laws as to the payment of ready money. Herr Vossner had never more been heard of, but the bills which Vossner had left unpaid were held to be good against the club, whereas every note of hand which he had taken from the members was left in the possession of Mr Flatfleece. Of course there was sorrow and trouble at the Beargarden; but still the institution had become so absolutely necessary to its members that it had been reopened under a new ...
— The Way We Live Now • Anthony Trollope

... Monsieur de Marsac on the morrow, nor could I now bring myself to consider it with any degree of interest. I would communicate with Chatellerault to inform him that I accounted my wager lost. I would send him my note of hand, making over to him my Picardy estates, and I would request him to pay off and disband my servants both in Paris ...
— Bardelys the Magnificent • Rafael Sabatini



Words linked to "Note of hand" :   obligation, demand note, note payable, time note, municipal note, certificate of indebtedness, debt instrument, note receivable, IOU



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