Entry In regular course of business

Definition of Entry In regular course of business

A record setting forth a fact or transaction made by one in the ordinary and usual course of one’s business, employment, office or profession, which it was the duty of the enterer in such manner to make, or which was commonly and regularly made, or which it was convenient to make, in the conduct of the business to which such entry pertains.

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