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according to blacks law the definition of the maker and drawer"

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according to blacks law the definition of the "maker" and "drawer" of a contract is the one who gives life to the contract with their signature?

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A "maker" typically refers to a person who signs a promissory note and a "drawer" refers to the person who signs a bill of exchange.


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