regular course of business


regular course of business
n.
The habitual and ordinary acts that a person does in the course of work, or that a company does as an inherent and regular part of the business in which it is engaged; see also ordinary course of business

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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  • course of business — What is usually and normally done in the management of trade or business. See also course of dealing regular course of business. In worker s compensation acts, the usual course of business of the employer covers the normal operations which form… …   Black's law dictionary

  • course of business — What is usually and normally done in the management of trade or business. See also course of dealing regular course of business. In worker s compensation acts, the usual course of business of the employer covers the normal operations which form… …   Black's law dictionary

  • ordinary course of business — during regular business operations …   English contemporary dictionary

  • in the ordinary course of business — In the course of business of mercantile men generally, not those engaged in a particular trade. Romeo v Martucci 72 Conn 504, 45 A 1. A sale such as made in the regular course of business, not one such as will be made only a few times in the life …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • buyer in ordinary course of business — buy·er in or·di·nary course of business: a bona fide purchaser who in a normal or regular business procedure buys goods from a seller in the business of selling goods of that kind ◇ Under the Uniform Commercial Code a buyer in ordinary course of… …   Law dictionary

  • business record exception — A rule of evidence that allows routine entries made customarily in financial records, or business logs or files kept in the regular course of business, to be introduced as proof in a lawsuit when the person who made such notations is not… …   Law dictionary

  • regular — I (conventional) adjective according to rule, accustomed, average, classic, common, commonplace, conformable, consuetudinal, consuetudinary, conventional, customary, everyday, expected, familiar, general, habitual, iustus, natural, normal,… …   Law dictionary

  • regular — Conformable to law. Steady or uniform in course, practice, or occurrence; not subject to unexplained or irrational variation. Usual, customary, normal or general. Gerald v. American Cas. Co. of Reading, Pa., D.C.N.C., 249 F.Supp. 355, 357. Made… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Business records exception — The business records exception to the U.S. hearsay rule is based on Rule 803(6) of the Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE). It is sometimes referred to as the business entry rule.cope of exceptionBusiness records, for the purposes of the exception,… …   Wikipedia

  • business — Employment, occupation, profession, or commercial activity engaged in for gain or livelihood. Activity or enterprise for gain, benefit, advantage or livelihood. Union League Club v. Johnson, 18 Cal.2d 275, 108 P.2d 487, 490. Enterprise in which… …   Black's law dictionary


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