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Definition of the noun Allonge
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noun - plural: allonges
- [legal, banking] A slip of paper attached to a negotiable instrument to hold endorsements should the document itself be unable to hold any more.
- coordinate terms: rider
"Allonge" a.k.a. "Allongé": 6 copies only, signed by author and illustrator. Contains 2 illustrations.
- language: French
- author: Pierre-André Benoît
- released in (6 years ago)
Allonge, a slip of paper affixed to a negotiable instrument, as a bill of exchange, for the purpose of receiving additional endorsements for which there may not be sufficient space on the bill itself. An endorsement written on the allonge is deemed to be written on the bill itself. An allonge is more usually met with in those countries where the Code Napoleon is in force, as the code requires every endorsement to express the consideration. Under English law, as the simple signature of the endorser on the bill, without additional words, is sufficient to operate as a negotiation, an allonge is seldom necessary. However, an allonge is recognized in Florida.
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Being a Codification of the Law-merchant Respecting Bills of Exchange, Cheques, and Promissory Notes : with Explanatory Notes and Illustrations from Canadian, English, and American Decisions by Thomas Hodgins
An allonge is a paper annexed to the bill, which is necessary when there is no room on the bill for further indorsements. It becomes a part of the bill when the indorsements are written on it. Where the copy of a bill is used, the person who ...
Code of Federal Regulations (2008)
Allonge is an attachment or an addendum to a promissory note.
07-CFR-Vol-7 by Office of The Federal Register, Enhanced by IntraWEB, LLC
Allonge is an attachment or an addendum to a promissory note. Allowable costs are those costs for replacement or repair that are supported by acceptable documentation, including, but not limited to, written estimates, invoices, and bills.
Dictionary of Banking (1921)
A Concise Encyclopaedia of Banking Law and Practice by William Thomson, Lloyd Christian
ALLONGE. (Fr., allongé, lengthened.) An allonge is a slip of paper attached to a bill of exchange for the purpose of receiving indorsements, when the back of the bill itself has become completely covered by the indorsements of the various ...
by James Cockcroft, David Shephard Garland, Lucius Polk McGehee, Charles Porterfield
Webster defines the word allonge to mean a paper attached to a bill of exchange for receiving indorsements too numerous to be written on the bill itself. Doll v. Hollen- beck, 19 Neb.
Multilingual Law Dictionary (1979)
by Lawrence Deems Egbert, Fernando Morales Macedo
allonge aliéner allonge (f) enajenar añadido (m) entfremden; veräussern Allonge (f) 363. alimony 375. allowance pension alimentaire allocation ...
The accountant's dictionary (1922)
a comprehensive encyclopaedia and direction on all matters connected with the work of an accountant, illustrated with the necessary forms and documents by Francis William Pixley
ALLONGE. Bills of exchange and promissory notes, especially if they are made payable at some considerably distant future date, often pass through many hands , and cautious people never dispense with the indorsements of the various ...
ALLONGE. – The word “allonge” is derived from the French and is used commercially to designate a slip of paper annexed to a written instrument when necessary or convenient, on which subsequent indorsements may be written, which will ...
by Project Gutenberg
ALLONGE (from Fr. alloinger, to draw out), a slip of paper affixed to a negotiable instrument, as a bill of exchange, for the purpose of receiving additional indorsements for which there may not be sufficient space on the bill itself. An indorsement ...
In Great Britain, where bills of exchange must be written on stamped £ the allonge is considered part of the document, and oes not require to be stamped.— Allonge wig, a name ' # £e large and flowing periwig of the time of allonym (al'ö- nim), ...
by Igor Sharshakov
De: Allonge Es: Añadidura Fr: Allonge It: Allungamento Ru: Àäýíäóì. Äîïîëíåíèå. Ïðèëîæåíèå Adjustment accounts (En) De: ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
an allonge must be so firmly affixed to the instrument that it ...
The Century dictionary (1906)
In (ireat Britain, where bills of exchange must be written nil stamped paper, the allonge is considered part of the document, and does not require to be stamped. — Allonge wig, a name iriven to the large anil flowing periwig of the time of Louis ...
A Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern ... (1995)
by Henry Campbell Black
ALLONGE Allegiance Is the obligation of fidelity and obedience which every citizen owes to the state. Pol. Code CaL $ 55. In Norman French. Alleviation; relief; redress. Kelham. —Local allegiance. That measure of obedience which is due ...
Including Atlas of the World and Cyclopedia of Names
In Great Britain, where bills of exchange must be written on stamped paper, the allonge is considered part of the document, and does not require to be stamped. —Allonge wig, a name given to the large and flowing periwig of the time of Louis ...
Wörterbuch der Handels-, Finanz- und Rechtssprache / Dictionary of Commerical, Financial and Legal Terms / Dictionnaire des Termes Commerciaux, Financiers et Juridiques (2012)
Allonge f | rider || allonge f | Wechsel~ | rider to a bill of exchange || allonge d'un effet de commerCE. alltäglich adj | daily || quotidien; journalier. alltäglich adv ...
A Counting-house Dictionary (1893)
Containing an Explanation of the Technical Terms Used by Merchants and Bankers in the Money Market and on the Stock Exchange... by Richard Bithell
AHMEDI—ALLONGE. two nations. Thus the currency of Italy exchanges with that of England at rates varying from 2515 francs to 2550 francs for the pound sterling. This rate is called the agio between the two countries. (12).
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1910)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm
ALLONGE (from Fr. nllongl-r, to draw out), a slip of paper affixed to a negotiable instrument, as a bill of exchange, for the purpose of receiving additional indorsements for which there may not be sufficient space on the bill itself. An indorsement ...
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The value of this 7-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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