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Release

Relieve party to a trade of any previously made obligation concerning that trade, hence allowing the would-be transactor to show the inquiry/order to a new broker.

Release

Written statement by a creditor to the effect that a debtor has either paid off the debt or the debt is otherwise discharged. A creditor may release a lien if the loan has been paid or if other collateral has been offered. Most mortgages contain release clauses indicating under what circumstances the borrower obtains release from the mortgage lien.

release

See release of lien.

References in classic literature ?
How they talked and moralized and made up stories to suit their own version of the becoming, and secretly praised their own devotion and tact
The translation was, of course, the old-fashioned version of Jervas, which, whether it was a closely faithful version or not, was honest eighteenth- century English, and reported faithfully enough the spirit of the original.
Very pretty modesty, thought Sing when he had heard the doctor's version of the affair.
My word in the prison was as good as his; and if my version of the story got fairly the start of his, I had the better chance of the two of being believed.
The story (in connection with the next day's events) eventually appeared in the Advance, with some slight literary embellishments and a concluding intimation that the gentlemen referred to would be allowed the use of the paper's columns for their version of the night's adventure.
The oldest and shortest version is in the Book of Leinster, the same book in which is found The Tain.
13) as analysed by Proclus was very similar to Vergil's version in "Aeneid" ii, comprising the episodes of the wooden horse, of Laocoon, of Sinon, the return of the Achaeans from Tenedos, the actual Sack of Troy, the division of spoils and the burning of the city.
Yet the book (the English version along with the others) really deserved its long-continued reputation.
He is charged on the one hand with having had before him a copy of Babrias (to whom we shall have occasion to refer at greater length in the end of this Preface), and to have had the bad taste "to transpose," or to turn his poetical version into prose: and he is asserted, on the other hand, never to have seen the Fables of Aesop at all, but to have himself invented and made the fables which he palmed off under the name of the famous Greek fabulist.
Talking to Elizabeth was like talking to an attractive version of oneself.
Godfrey made an effort, and came out with a new and amended version of the affair, to the following effect.
Thou art as a lion of the waters, and as a dragon of the sea, saith ezekiel; hereby, plainly meaning a whale; in truth, some versions of the Bible use that word itself.