Note (Original Note)

Business / Real Estate / Note (Original Note): A document signed by the borrower of a loan and stating the loan amount, the interest rate, the time and method of repayment and the obligation to repay. The note serves as evidence of the debt. When secured by a mortgage, it is called a mortgage note, and the mortgagee is named as the payee. In a trust deed, the note is usually made payable to the bearer or holder. The note may also contain some of the same provisions as in the mortgage or trust deed document, such as prepayment or acceleration.

Other Words for Note

Note Adjective Synonyms: comment, commentary, remark, observation, explanation, annotation, footnote, side-note, marginalia (pl.), gloss, critique, criticism, scholium, exegesis, eisegesis, shoulder-note
Note Verb Synonyms: message, letter, communication, (piece of) correspondence, memorandum, epistle, postcard or (postal) card, fan letter, love-letter, billet doux, bread-and-butter letter, word, line, thank-you note, memo, mash note
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Notes To Financial Statements

Business / Accounting / Notes To Financial Statements: Explanatory information considered an integral part of the financial statements. MORE

Notebook Computer

Technology / Computers / Notebook Computer: A very small computer, approximately the size of a notebook used for writing. The term is often used interchangeably with 'laptop', but is technically the much smaller version. MORE

Notes To The Financial Statements

Business / Finance / Notes To The Financial Statements: A detailed set of notes immediately following the financial statements in an annual report that explain and expand on the information in the financial statements. MORE

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