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PASS BOOK, com. law. A book used by merchants with their customers, in which an entry of goods sold and delivered to a customer is made.
     2. It is kept by the buyer, and sent to the merchant whenever he wishes to purchase any. article. It ought to be a counterpart of the merchant's books, as far as regards the customer's account.
     3. Among English bankers, the term pass book is given to a small book made up from time to time, from the banker's ledger, and forwarded to the customer; this is not considered as a statement of account between the parties, yet when the customer neglects for a long time to make any objection to the correctness of the entries he will be bound by them. 2 Atk. 252; 2 Deac. & Ch. 534; 2 M. & W. 2.

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Because of her behaviour she was sent a letter telling her she had been banned and that the only way she could communicate with the school was through the assistant head or in her son's pass book Miss Shipley said on January 22 the deputy head of the school saw comments made by Linton referring to the phone issue but also including the homophobic abuse.
My first bank deposit and pass book from | |June 1960
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Everyone who worked in the check office, cash office and pass book office is welcome.
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She said those who signed the cheques had to see the customer's pass book and identification.
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The paper gives a brief review of the Pass Book Scheme and the 1972 Bank Reforms.