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Without Recourse. A phrase used by an endorser (a signer other than the original maker) of a negotiable instrument (for example, a check or promissory note) to ...

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Definition of without recourse: Without subsequent liability. As a legal term it signifies that a buyer (and not the seller) of an asset, or the holder (and not the ...

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Without recourse can also refer to a financing arrangement where the dealer's maximum possible liability is limited to warranties pertaining to the quality of an ...

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A phrase meaning that one party has no legal claim against another party. It is often used in two contexts:1. In litigation, someone without recourse against ...

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And maybe this time they will drop you in the Marshalsea or Newgate, without recourse to a sponging house. Fidelis Morgan THE RIVAL QUEENS: A ...

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When it comes to sales, "with recourse" is a legal term that means with subsequent liability, and "without recourse" means without subsequent liability. The sales ...

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without recourse definition, meaning, what is without recourse: a phrase written on a bill of exchange (= signed document promising to pay someone money…

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Without recourse is a legal phrase used by an endorser of a negotiable instrument to signify that if the payment of the instrument is denied or refused, the  ...

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Definition of WITHOUT RECOURSE: This phrase, used in making a qualified indorsement of a.