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promissory note
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Bleak House
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  • For howsoever bad the devil can be in fustian or smock-frock (and he can be very bad in both), he is a more designing, callous, and intolerable devil when he sticks a pin in his shirt-front, calls himself a gentleman, backs a card or colour, plays a game or so of billiards, and knows a little about bills and promissory notes than in any other form he wears.

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  • The promissory note is secured by an interest in the equipment, fixtures, inventory and accounts receivable of the business.
  • It is an unsecured promissory note.

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