- Reversing in direction. The indorsement of a negotiable instrument. The indorsement of an entry or memorandum on the back of a writ, warrant, subpoena, or other process. Gondas v Gondas, 99 NJ Eq 473, 477, 134 A 615, 617. The last sheet of a pleading or motion, or of a document prepared by an attorney, usually of heavier paper than the body of the instrument, which, when the instrument is folded, appears on the outside and carries notations, such as the name of the court, the title of the cause, the kind of pleading or motion, if the paper is one connected with an action or proceeding; the kind of instrument and the names of the parties, if it is a private document; and, in any event, the name and address of the attorney who drafted or prepared the paper.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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