- trust receipt
- A pre-U.C.C. security device now governed by Article 9 of the Code. A receipt stating that the wholesale buyer has possession of the goods for the benefit of the financier. Today there usually must be a security agreement coupled with the filing of a financing statement. Method of financing commercial transactions by means of which title passes directly from manufacturer or seller to banker or lender who as owner delivers goods to dealer in whose behalf he is acting secondarily, and to whom title goes ultimately when primary right of banker or lender has been satisfied. Commercial Credit Corp. v. Bosse, 76 Idaho 409, 283 P.2d 937, 938
Black's law dictionary. HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A.. 1990.