Definition of ENTRY


ENTRY

commercial law. The act of setting down the particulars of
a sale,
or other transaction, in a merchants or tradesmans accouut books, such
entries are, in general, prima facie evidence of the sale and delivery, and
of work, done, but unless the entry be the original one, it is not
evidence. Vide Original entry.


Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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