To write a name on tie back of a paper or document Bills of exchange and promissory notes are indorsed by a party’s writing his name on the back. Hart- well v. Ilemmeuway, 7 Pick. (Mass.) 117. “Indorse” is a technical term, having sufficient legal certainty without words of more particular description. Brooks v. Edson, 7 Vt. 351.
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