Recent Examples of promissory from the Web
Both loans have an issue date of Jan. 1, 2015, carry a 5 percent annual interest rate and are due in full on Jan. 1, 2019, according to a promissory note Jones filed with the attorney general's office.
Siskey’s activities first came under public scrutiny in 2004 when the the National Association of Securities Dealers disciplined him for selling promissory notes in two funds without disclosing his role to his employer.
The businesses gave $2.3 million worth of promissory notes in exchange for investments.
The Robert W. Moral who arranged the loan signed a promissory note for a nine-week course that cost $7,872, minus financial aid.
The queries turned up the one-page loan application and promissory note.
PEI said the pending deal involves a $30 million cash payment and $46 million to be paid via non-amortizing secured promissory notes due 18 months from closing.
To overcome state objections, Pueblo on March 14 issued a promissory note to PURA for $12.2 million, with the money committed specifically for the construction of the training facility.
The defendants are accused of failing to fulfill duties and pay off a promissory note.
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Origin and Etymology of promissory
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
legal Definition of promissory
- promissory terms
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