One who acquires a
negotiable instrument in good faith and for
consideration and, thus, has certain rights above
the original payee.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
holder in due course ()
one other than the original recipient who holds a legally effective negotiable instrument (as a promissory note) and who has a right to collect from and no responsibility toward the issuer
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