Allonge - Explained
What is Allonge?
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What is an Allonge?
An allonge is the slip of paper fixed at the end of a document to give space for further endorsements. The word allonge is a French word, meaning output. Allonge is often fixed to the negotiable instrument. They are primarily used in civil law systems and are rarely used in common law jurisdictions due to the unique treatment of endorsements.