blank endorsement

Definition of "blank endorsement"
  1. A sign-off that transfers the rights of a negotiable document without specifying a new owner
How to use "blank endorsement" in a sentence
  1. She signed a blank endorsement on the check, leaving it open for any beneficiary.
  2. The blank endorsement on the deed made it unclear who the new property owner was.
  3. With a blank endorsement, the document's ownership can be claimed by whoever possesses it.

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