What is DUE-BILL?

A brief written acknowledgment of a debt. It is not made payable to order, like a promissory note. See Feeser v. Feeser, 03 Md. 716, 50 Atl. 400; Marrigan v. Page, 4 Humph. (Tenn.) 247; Currier v.Lockwood. 40 Conn. 350, 16 Am. Rep. 40; Lee v. Baleom, 9 Colo. 216, 11 Pac. 74. See I. O. U.

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