ALLONGEallonge (a-lawnzh). A slip of paper sometimes attached to a negotiable instrument for the purpose of receiving further indorsements when the original paper is filled with indorsements. ? Former UCC ¡ì 3-202 required that indorsements be made on the instrument unless there was no space ¡ª and only then could an allonge be used. Current ¡ì 3-204(a) eliminates that requirement and provides that ¡°a paper affixed to the instrument is part of the instrument.¡± The UCC comment makes it clear that the allonge is valid even if space is available on the instrument. [Cases: Bills and Notes 183. C.J.S. Bills and Notes; Letters of Credit ¡ì¡ì 147, 149.]
What is the legal equivalent of the term ALLONGE in Chinese?