indorsee


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Related to indorsee: endorsee, indorser

indorsee

(ˌɪndɔːˈsiː; ɪnˈdɔːsiː)
n
(Commerce) a variant of endorsee
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32) The defendant's argument seemed weak because under what is known as the holder in due course rule, an indorsee can enforce a bill if he acquired it "without any notice of facts which impeach its validity.
When the assignee is specifically identified, the indorsement is called a special indorsement, and the note becomes payable to the indorsee.
1894) (failure of indorsee to produce original note as proof of indorsement required reversal); Perry v.