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Retire (a Bill of Exchange)

Retire (a Bill of Exchange) is to pay, or take up before maturity, usually under rebate and thus withdraw (or retire) a bill from circulation.

If a bill is retired by the acceptor, the bill is discharged in the same way as upon payment at maturity.

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