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negotiable instrument

Definition of negotiable instrument

Noun

negotiable instrument (plural negotiable instruments)

  1. (law, banking, business) A right to receive payment of money which is unconditional (sometimes excepting loss or theft) and capable of transfer by negotiation.

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