Origin of legal tender
Examples from the Web for legal tender
If so, why do the rest of us have to put up with legal-tender paper money?‘A Ghastly Waste of Time?’ Considering the Constitution|Seth Lipsky|January 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is only for notes issued in excess of these amounts that legal-tender money must be deposited with the trustees at Montreal.
In short, the value of inconvertible paper can be but little affected by legal-tender powers.
It is not the legal-tender stamp that gives a coin its value in international payments.
It may now be permissible to examine into the extent to which a demand is created by legal-tender laws.
It is not legal-tender laws, nor is it intrinsic value, which makes even gold go as money.The Brothers' War|John Calvin Reed
British Dictionary definitions for legal tender
Culture definitions for legal tender
Any form of money that a government decrees must be accepted in payment of debts.