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Holder in Due Course

Holder in Due Course

Definition

A party who takes a negotiable instrument in good faith, for value, and without notice of any defenses or claims by another party. A party claiming status as a holder in due course is insulated from any defenses and claims the other party may have for nonpayment of the debt.

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