Receivable at a bank
- guaranteed to deliver a revenue
- acceptable to or at a bank
- Receivable at a bank.
In mercantile legislation. Records, inspections, bank-bills, drafts, and other securities for money, obtained as money by the banks. These types of commercial report as it is considered worth rebate by the lender that it really is provided is called "bankable." Allis Co. v. Power Co., 9 S. D. 459, 70 N. W. 650.
Project or proposal who has sufficient collateral, future cashflow, and big probability of success, is appropriate to institutional lenders for funding.
(a.) Receivable at a bank.