full indorsement

An indorsement of a bill or note which is not a mere signature; an indorsement with words added, such words varying from those of special indorsement adding the name of the indorsee, to words of assignment and transfer, waiver, or other agreements. 11 Am J2d B & N § 359.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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