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en·dor·see

 (ĕn′dôr-sē′)
n.
One to whom the rights available under an instrument, such as a land title, have been transferred by endorsement.

endorsee

(ɪnˌdɔːˈsiː; ˌɛndɔː-) or

indorsee

n
(Commerce) the person in whose favour a negotiable instrument is endorsed
Translations

endorsee

[ɪnˌdɔːˈsiː] Nendosatario/a m/f

endorsee

[ɪnˌdɔːrˈsiː] n [cheque] → bénéficiaire mf

endorsee

n (Fin) → Indossatar m

endorsee

[ˌɪndɔːˈsiː] ngiratario/a
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Well before the modern rules of civil procedure, Florida courts held certain nonholders, with limited rights in a note, had standing to foreclose, such as indorsees for collection, as collection agent, or banks to which the note had been pledged as security for another obligation.
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.