Inland Bill Of Exchange

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Meaning of Inland Bill Of Exchange

A bill of exchange made in the United States and drawn on a person within the United States, though not in the same state with the drawer. See Buckner v Finley, 27 U.S. 584.

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One drawn upon a person living in the same state or country with the drawer.

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