Indorsement Definition

noun
The act of placing a signature on the back of a negotiable instrument in order to assign it to an indorsee.
Webster's New World Law
The signature itself.
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Alternative spelling of endorsement.

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A signature by a third party who is neither the payor or the payee, but is acting to guarantee payment by the former.
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A signature that names no payee, thereby making the instrument payable to the bearer.
Webster's New World Law
An indorsement placing special conditions upon the assignment of the instrument.
Webster's New World Law
An indorsement naming the payee (or, for a transfer of goods, the person to whom they must be delivered).
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Other Word Forms of Indorsement

Noun

Singular:
indorsement
Plural:
indorsements

Origin of Indorsement

  • indorse +"Ž -ment

    From Wiktionary

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