See also:BED), and in chemistry, a precipitate or
See also:matter settling from a solution or suspension . In banking, a deposit may mean, generally, a sum of
See also:money lodged in a
See also:bank without regard to the conditions under which it is held, but more specially money lodged with a bank on " deposit account " and acknowledged by the banker by a " deposit
See also:receipt " given to the depositor . It is then not
See also:drawn upon by
See also:cheque, usually bears
See also:interest at a
See also:rate varying from
See also:time to time, and can only be withdrawn after fixed
See also:notice . Deposit is also used in the sense of
See also:earnest or security for the performance of a contract . In the
See also:law of
See also:mortgage the deposit of title-deeds is usual as a security for the repayment of money advanced . Such a deposit operates as an equitable mortgage . In the law of contract, deposit or
See also:simple bailment is delivery or bailment of goods in
See also:trust to be kept without recompense, and redelivered on demand (see BAILMENT) .
DEPOT (from the Fr. depot, Lat. depositum, laid dow...
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