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a legal document, such as a cheque or bill of exchange, that is freely negotiable
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How to use negotiable instrument in a sentence
A demand note, said Grierson, with musty gravity, is a negotiable instrument running for an indefinite period.Sudden Jim|Clarence Budington Kelland
In case of a negotiable instrument, consideration is presumed.
May there be an undisclosed principal to a negotiable instrument?
In what sense, if any, is a bill of lading a negotiable instrument?
A negotiable instrument secured by mortgage or other security, binding the maker to pay certain sums on specific dates.