ACCOUNT BOOK - Black's Law Dictionary

What is ACCOUNT BOOK? Definition of ACCOUNT BOOK in Black's Law Dictionary

A book kept by a merchant, trader, mechanic, or other person, in which are entered from time to time the transactions of his trade or business. Greenl. Ev. §§ 115-118.

Volumes bound or sewed together in which accounts are regularly kept, and excluding collections of loose and indeterminate memoranda. W. T. Raleigh Co. v.  Rotenberry, 174 Miss. 319, 164 So. 5, 6. May now include modern book of detachable leaves, but leaves must be of such appropriate uniformity of material as reasonably to constitute leaves of account book in which they are contained. W. T. Raleigh Co. v. Rotenberry, 174 Miss. 319, 164 So. 5, 6.

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