spurious bill

spurious bill
A bank bill either signed by persons who are not officers of the bank whence it purports to have issued, or by the names of fictitious persons. A bill may be both counterfeit and forged, or both counterfeit and spurious, but it cannot be both forged and spurious. Farris v State, 1 Ohio St 185, 187.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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