Indorsee
Indorsee In`dor*see", n. The person to whom a note or bill is indorsed, or assigned by indorsement. [1913 Webster]

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  • indorsee — n. The person to whom a check or instrument is transferred by indorsement. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. indorsee n. The person to who …   Law dictionary

  • indorsee — (ˌɪndɔːˈsiː) [f. prec. + ee.] One in whose favour a note or bill is indorsed: see endorsee. – [see endorsee] …   Useful english dictionary

  • indorsee — n. one to whom a check or other bill is endorsed (also endorsee) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • indorsee — /andorsiy/indorsiy/ The person to whom or for whose benefit an instrument, document or other commercial paper is indorsed, usually referring to the indorser s transferee …   Black's law dictionary

  • indorsee — /andorsiy/indorsiy/ The person to whom or for whose benefit an instrument, document or other commercial paper is indorsed, usually referring to the indorser s transferee …   Black's law dictionary

  • indorsee — The person named in a special endorsement of a bill or note. The holder of an instrument on which the only or last endorsement is a blank endorsement is a bearer, rather than an endorsee. 11 Am J2d B & N § 371 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • indorsee in due course — An indorsee in due course is one who, in good faith, in the ordinary course of business, and for value, before its apparent maturity or presumptive dishonor, and without knowledge of its actual dishonor, acquires a negotiable instrument duly… …   Black's law dictionary

  • indorsee in due course — An indorsee in due course is one who, in good faith, in the ordinary course of business, and for value, before its apparent maturity or presumptive dishonor, and without knowledge of its actual dishonor, acquires a negotiable instrument duly… …   Black's law dictionary

  • indorsee in due course — A person who in good faith, in the ordinary course of business, for value, before its apparent maturity or presumptive dishonor, and without knowledge of its actual dishonor, acquires a negotiable instrument duly endorsed to him, or endorsed… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • remote indorsee — The status of an indorsee holding a bill or note in reference to an indorser under an indorsement made prior to the one under which he received the instrument. 11 Am J2d B & N § 639 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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