indenture

Definitions

Accounting

Commerce

  • verb to contract with an apprentice who will work for some years to learn a trade

Construction

  • Any deed or contract between two or more parties.
  • A document in duplicate, triplicate, etc., whose edges have been irregularly indented so that the copies can later be matched to corroborate authenticity.

Law

  • a contract by which a trainee craftsman works for a master for some years to learn a trade
  • noun a deed made between two or more parties
  • verb to enter into a trainee contract in order to learn a trade
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