Sale note

SALE NOTE. A memorandum given by a broker to a seller or buyer of goods, stating the fact that certain goods have been sold by him on account of a person called the seller to another person called the buyer. Sale notes are also called bought notes, (q.v.) and sold notes. (q.v.)

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The Black Hawk money-lender who held mortgages on Peter's livestock was there, and he bought in the sale notes at about fifty cents on the dollar.
"The building came onto the open market last September, and the particulars of the sale note that various items, including the bells, may not be included.
Cancellation of the installment sale note at death does not avoid inclusion of the fair market value of the note in the seller's estate.
Police tracked down his HQ after he accidentally left a sale note in the lay-by.
The smell was overpowering." Police found a sale note in the lay-by and contacted his bosses, who phoned and stopped him near Arrochar.
Those who voted against the sale note that the crucial difference will be that farmers will no longer be in the drivers' seat, and much of the profit from operations will go overseas, rather than back into the rural Iowa economy.
For example, Sale notes that Bess had little say regarding several key foreign policy issues her husband faced in the early months of his presidency such as the ending of World War II and the commencement of the United Nations.