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A promissory note, commonly known as an "IOU" is a legal contract between a borrower and a lender. The document legallly binds the borrower to repay the lender the money borrowed, plus interest if applicable. A secured promissory note is backed by collateral, such as real estate, while an unsecured note does not have collateral associated with it. A promissory note is related to a loan agreement

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Pennsylvania Promissory Note: What Is It?

A Pennsylvania promissory note is an agreement between a creditor and debtor that is legally binding. In a Pennsylvania promissory note, a creditor makes a loan to the debtor and the debtor is promising to repay it. The document should list the total amount of the loan, the amount of the monthly payments, when the payments are due, and what the creditor will do if the debtor doesn't pay. A Pennsylvania promissory note should be signed by both parties.

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