coupon note

coupon note
A promissory note with coupons attached, the coupons being notes for the interest, written at the bottom of the note and designed to be cut off when the notes are presented for payment or paid. Williams v Moody, 95 Ga 8, 11. See coupon; coupon bond; coupon note; interest coupons.

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