What are promissory notes?

QuestionsWhat are promissory notes?
Deepak Goyal asked 1 year ago
3 Answers
Akshaj Singh answered 1 year ago
A promissory note is a document in which one person (the maker) promises to pay another person (the promisee) a specific amount of money on a specified date. Promissory notes are used when one party wants to borrow money from another party, but the first party does not have enough assets to provide collateral.  
Nikhil Rawat answered 1 year ago
Promissory notes are typically used when someone needs to borrow money from another person or company. It is also used in the business world when a company needs to raise capital from investors. For example, if you need to borrow money from someone, you can offer them a promissory note as collateral for the loan. If you want to raise capital for your company, you can offer investors promissory notes as part of your offering package.  
Priya Vishwas answered 1 year ago
Promissory notes are the most common type of legal document in the United States. They are also known as promissory obligations. A promissory note is a written promise to repay a debt or other obligation, such as a loan, with interest. It can be given by either an individual or a business.