Definition of Promissory. Meaning of Promissory. Synonyms of Promissory

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Definition of Promissory

Promissory
Promissory Prom"is*so*ry, a. Containing a promise or binding declaration of something to be done or forborne. Promissory note (Law), a written promise to pay to some person named, and at a time specified therein, or on demand, or at sight, a certain sum of money, absolutely and at all events; -- frequently called a note of hand. --Kent. Byles. Story.

Meaning of Promissory from wikipedia

- A promissory note, sometimes referred to as a note payable, is a legal instrument (more particularly, a financing instrument and a debt instrument), in...
- A promise is a commitment by someone to do or not do something. As a noun promise means a declaration ****uring that one will or will not do something....
- promise the tenant spends money improving the premises, the doctrine of promissory estoppel may prevent the landlord from exercising a right to terminate...
- century BCE and 2,000-year-old Roman promissory notes have been found. Common prototypes of bills of exchanges and promissory notes originated in China, where...
- decision in the High Court. It reaffirmed and extended the doctrine of promissory estoppel in contract law in England and Wales. However, the most significant...
- currency. Additional promissory notes issued in 1838 did not bear interest and depreciated rapidly. "Redbacks" were bearer promissory notes issued between...
- [has] never won general acceptance." Under English law, estoppel by, promissory estoppel and proprietary estoppel are regarded as 'reliance-based estoppels'...
- American English), paper money, or simply a noteā€”is a type of negotiable promissory note, made by a bank or other licensed authority, payable to the bearer...
- usually an informal do****ent acknowledging debt. An IOU differs from a promissory note in that an IOU is not a negotiable instrument and does not specify...
- Combe v Combe [1951] 2 KB 215 is a famous English contract law case on promissory estoppel. An ex-wife tried to take advantage of the principle that had...