refers to a document a member-broker must send to the client a contract note within 24 hours of the trade taking place detailing the transaction, to include full title of shares, price, consideration, brokerage and commissions charged etc.
When you deal in shares, your broker should send you one of these in the following days to confirm what you traded, how much of it you traded, and how much you paid (if buying) or were paid (if selling).
The official form supplied by a broker when an order transacts to either buy or sell shares. The contract note details the particulars of the transaction including, number of shares, price paid, brokerage, etc.
On the same day as a transaction takes place, an intermediary sends to the investor a contract note detailing the transaction including full title of the *security, price, stamp duty (if applicable), *consideration, commission, time of deal etc.
The first document signed on buying a house is sometimes a Contract Note, instead of a Contract of Sale. This document, when signed by both parties, is as legally binding as a Contract of Sale and the buyer and seller should treat it with the same importance.
Within 48 hours of a transaction taking place a stockbroker sends to the client a form of advice detailing the transaction, including full title of the stock, price, stamp duty (on purchases), consideration, time of deal, commission etc. This document is called a contract note and should be kept by the client for their records.
The contract note confirms the purchaser's agreement to buy the policy offered, paying the purchase price and taking responsibility for all future premiums up to the maturity of the policy concerned. All rights and obligations of the endowment policy are transferred on the date of purchase. The date of delivery of the policy documents is irrelevant'.
A legally binding confirmation of each portfolio transaction showing the date of each transaction, description of the security and the amount bought or sold. A contract note is sent after each transaction.
On the same day as a bargain takes place, a member of the firm must send the client a contract note detailing the transaction, including full title of the stock, price, consideration and stamp duty (if applicable).
On the same day as a transaction takes place, a member firm sends to the client a contract note detailing the transaction, including full title of the stock, price, stamp duty (if applicable), consideration, commission etc.
This is sent out to an investor by firms such as fund managers and stockbrokers when a transaction has been completed. It is a legal document that provides the client with all the details of the deal that was made on his behalf.
On the London Stock Exchange, on the day on which a bargain takes place a member firm must send to the client a contract note detailing the transaction, to include full title of the stock, price, consideration, commission and stamp duty (if applicable).