Definition for : Bill of exchange
"Bill of exchange" designates a category of financial instruments dating back to hundreds of years ago. A bill of exchange entitles the holder to receive a specified amount of money, either immediately upon presentation ("Sight draft") or on a specified date in the Future ("Time draft"). Bills of exchange are also called "BAs", "Commercial bills" and "Eligible bills".
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