promissory note

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Promissory note

Written pledge to pay.
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Promissory Note

A written promise made by one party to make a stated payment in full by a certain date. A promissory note is a binding, legal contract.
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promissory note

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promissory note

A binding contract—promise—to pay a definite sum of money to someone upon specified terms and conditions.

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A common estate planning technique is for a client to contribute property to a limited partnership, and for the client then to sell the limited partnership interest he or she owns to a grantor trust (1) in exchange for a promissory note. This kind of planning is often referred to as an intrafamily installment sale.
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In order to have the function of the commercial credit instruments, the promissory note and the bill of exchange should always be payable at term, as any other redeemable debenture.
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