fiduciary

[ fi-doo-shee-er-ee, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fiduciary

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Of all fiduciary institutions, life insurance should be the most sacred.

Is a United States standard silver dollar commodity or fiduciary money?

Had the government entered the market openly as a seller of its own fiduciary notes, its credit must have suffered.

For thousands of years Egypt used ingots, not real money, but it was acquainted with fiduciary money.

Finally, gold and silver are replaced by the letter of credit, the bank check, and the numerous forms of fiduciary money.

In other ways, he is governed by the rules of agency and his position is that of a fiduciary.

They have since been transmitted as a sacred deposit from one fiduciary executor to another.

There is another kind of guardianship known as fiduciary guardianship, which arises in the following manner.

We now proceed to fiduciary bequests or trusts; and let us begin with trust inheritances.

I have placed arrows just for fiduciary marks so we can be looking at the same area.

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