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IOU

An IOU (abbreviated from the phrase `I owe you`) is usually an informal document acknowledging debt. An IOU differs from a promissory note in that an IOU is not a negotiable instrument and does not specify repayment terms such as the time of repayment. IOUs usually specify the debtor, the amount owed, and sometimes the creditor. IOUs may be sign.....
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IOU

[n] - an informal debt instrument
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IOU

An investor-owned utility. A company, owned by stockholders for profit, that provides utility services. A designation used to differentiate a utility-owned and operated for the benefit of shareholders from municipally-owned and operated utilities, regional public power districts and rural electric cooperatives and systems.
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Iou

An IOU is a written document providing evidence of a debt, usually in the form 'I owe you...'. It is not a negotiable instrument or a promissory note and requires no stamp (unless it does include a promise to pay). It can, however, be used as legal evidence of a debt.
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IOU

I Owe You
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iou

i owe you
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IOU

Investor owned utility (electricity)
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IOU

See Investor Owned Utility
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IOU

Short for `I owe you`; written acknowledgment of debt, signed by the debtor. ...
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